Forging Alliances, Facilitating Partnerships

In any jurisdiction, broad-based participation is the key to durable conservation and sustainability results. Building the right relationships means more than collaborative productivity; it creates the opportunity for new standards of innovation in forward-looking conservation and ecosystem management.

the wabe brings a deep and detailed understanding of the context for this kind of change in British Columbia and Canada, where success at any scale requires the meshing of indigenous rights, ecological values, community aspirations, and regional and national economic interests. The result is an exceptional track record of forging alliances across sectoral boundaries.

A solid background in strategic planning and policy development, coupled with an in-depth understanding of conservation and sustainability contexts, finance, and organizational issues, informs a thoughtful and outcomes-oriented consultation approach aimed at fostering healthy ecosystems and human well-being.

Working with First Nations, non-profit organizations, business, and government agencies—including cross-cultural partnerships and multi-group coalitions—the wabe provides strategic planning, organizational development, grantmaking, and communications services…  delivering value with progressive, lasting impact.