Environmental Education
Creating an environment to educate about the environment
Go to ...

The 'Multi' Strategy Approach

The myriad range of problems and solutions, of actors and actions, and of resources and strenghts, that cocern the environment clearly requires a 'multi' strategy that takes into account all possible scenarios. The components of this strategy includes -
  • Multi-Media: the use of different means and technologies to tackle a problem or issue
  • Multi-Level: the understanding of issues involved at different scales at the local, regional, national and international levels
  • Multi-Purpose: the use of information and resources for different purposes to achieve different goals and objectives.
  • Multi-Activity: Use of different forms of formal and informal interaction and collaboration to initiate activities
  • Multi-Dimension: Understand the different modes of communications from one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one and many-to-many
  • Multi-Actor: Involve the different actors, bringing in different resources and strengths - including community groups, NGOs, businesses etc.
  • Multi-Time: take a prudent timeline in developing policies that are valid and function on the short-term, medium-term and long-term

Please send any comments, suggestions, additions,
and corrections to: Hari Srinivas by email - hsrinivas@gdrc.org

Return to the EE Homepage
Contact: Hari Srinivas - hsrinivas@gdrc.org