The collaborative project was to come up with a design and innovation contest on constructing a ‘living wall’ .
The group who came up with this idea are apart of a community partnership called ‘Clean Air Sudbury’. Clean Air Sudbury is a non-profit community group focused on air quality issues in Greater Sudbury. This group is made up of many different individuals around the community who all have different backgrounds. However, they all share one common goal – educate people and promote action to improve air quality in Greater Sudbury, Ontario.
During this collaborating we used many different modes of communication. These included meetings, emails, and subcommittee meetings. The best mode of communication was the subcommittee meetings.