Supporter Actions
Measures the supporter base of freshwater-related non profits who have acted to advance freshwater health in the past year.

Getting data to report on this impact measure is a work in progress. This shared measurement system belongs to all members of the Our Living Water Network, so if you have any data or ideas to share with us on this measure, please send us an email at info@ourlivingwaters.ca.

Overview

In another impact measure, we explore the awareness of Canadians on freshwater health and threats. With this measure, we want to know whether that knowledge translates to action. Measuring this over time will tell us if the freshwater community is actively identifying and engaging its supporters and whether this engagement is contributing to the advancement of freshwater health outcomes.

More work needs to be done to ensure this impact measure is accurate and consistent. For example, we will need to develop a common definition of ‘action’ across OLW Network members and be tracking engagement in aligned ways. Also of interest is whether organizations are advancing the outcomes we want to see for fresh water as a result of this engagement, helping ensure that we are truly supporting our goal of all Canada’s waters in good health by 2030.

5-Year target: To establish a process for, and identify, an initial benchmark for this impact measure.

Last updated November 2017

Note: The data presented here represents our best research given the time and resources at hand. We acknowledge there may be errors. This shared measurement system belongs to all members of the Our Living Water Network, so if you have any corrections for us, or ideas to share on this measure, please send us an email at info@ourlivingwaters.ca.

Supporter Actions|Measures the supporter base of freshwater-related non profits who have acted to advance freshwater hea
Supporter Actions|Measures the supporter base of freshwater-related non profits who have acted to advance freshwater health in the past year.
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