Complex environmental problems like improving water supplies, promoting economic growth in agriculture, and sustaining our earth’s resources may benefit from cross-collaboration. Now, more than ever, non-profits, businesses, and local government are banding together to create initiatives that preserve and improve our environment. This past week, the city of Cedar Rapids and multiple agriculture commodity groups formed an intersector partnership to improve Iowa’s water quality. ...26 January 2015
The Intersector Project seeks to empower practitioners in the business, government, and non-profit sectors to collaborate to solve problems that cannot be solved by one sector alone. We present real examples of collaborations in many places, across many issues and illuminate the tools that make them successful.