New MNAI Decision-Maker Summaries

Below are decision-maker summaries for 5 of MNAI’s most popular research documents from the last year.

They are part of a series designed to provide local governments with easy-to-access information to help with adoption of municipal natural asset management. These summaries have been drawn from five reports published by MNAI between 2017-2019. Copies of these reports and complete lists of sources are available at: www.mnai.ca.

MNAI undertakes research to achieve:

  • A widespread understanding amongst local governments of the examples of, and the business case for, municipal natural asset management;
  • Enabling conditions for municipal natural asset management to become a mainstream practice across Canada; and,
  • Widespread uptake of tools that enable and encourage local governments to undertake municipal natural asset management.