The results are in
- Number of participants: 235
Of the four organizational attributes tested, broadest agreement was expressed that S2 presents unique perspectives and takes on
However, a significant percentage of participants was unsure how to characterize S2, which supports our plans to improve communication of concrete accomplishments over the coming year.
When asked to identify the greatest threat to a sustainable Seattle, themes most often mentioned included:
- climate change
- ignorance and apathy
- economic inequity
- infrastructure such as housing and transportation
Proposed S2 strategies to address these threats centered on tangible solutions such as increasing affordable housing, disincentivizing car commuting, engaging with all generations and clarifying the connections among racial, economic and environmental factors.
Over two-thirds of the sample (69%) noted as key priorities:
As the next step in the strategic planning process, Board members will be using these findings to inform interviews with key local sustainability experts to help develop more granular action plans. Meanwhile, please feel free to reach out to any Staff or Board member with your questions and thoughts, and thank you for all you do for our community.