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Interactive Charter for Co-creation Inquiry -- please respond!
Great Transition Survey 1
Thousands or millions of people are convinced we are moving through a "Great Transition", and many people want to form broad alliances that can help integrate and empower this transition. But all people do not see this process in the same way.

We are gathering up basic dimensions of this transition process as understood by various groups, and want to help define the basic characteristics of a broadly inclusive alliance that can support cooperation and teamwork in the strongest and clearest way.
Please respond as best you are able. Interpret the questions in your own terms. Enter any additional thoughts in available text boxes.
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Please check off dimensions or characteristics of the Great Transition as you understand it. Add your suggestions for additional dimensions in the comment box.

Select one or more
Yes, there is a "great transition" occuring
I want to be involved in an alliance that brings together groups and individuals interested in coordinating this transition
I believe we can and should bring together many "sectors" involved in this transition.
I recognize that there is a wide diversity of opinion on essential issues regarding the transition
I want to negotiate with other alliance members regarding the specifics of controversial issues



The Great Transition involves many "sectors". How should we approach this breadth?

Should we include them all, or be selective as to what we include? Enter additional suggestions in the comment box.
Select one
We should include any sector an alliance member believes is significant.
We should include many sectors, but narrow down the selection list to prevent redundancy and confusion.
Including more than one sector is too confusing. We need to concentrate on specific issues in a focused way.