The final report is to focus on the execution of the feasibility assessment and identification of the requirements needed to begin using the selected environmental approach/technology in Ontario/Canada. The final report must use the Evaluation Framework (developed in above section) and identify the factors that would enable or constrain the approach/technology from being implemented in the Ontario/Canadian context.
The final report should also identify the requirements needed to overcome any constraining factors.
The Final Report should include the following:
• A summary of the literature review which provides context for why the innovative environmental approach/technology was selected and how it would allow us to be more environmentally sustainable.
• An evaluation of the environmental approach/technology using the evaluation framework (i.e. evaluation criteria and benchmark criteria). The evaluation must be supported by scholarly references that provide evidence/justification for the evaluation of the approach/technology against the evaluation and benchmark criteria.
• A discussion of the feasibility of implementing environmental approach/technology in an Ontario/Canadian context. This portion of the final report should clearly identify facilitating/constraining factors to implementing the approach/technology (based on the evaluation outcomes) and the key requirements to successfully implement the innovative approach/technology in Ontario/Canada. This may include a discussion of changes that need to occur to overcome any factors that would limit our ability to implement the approach/technology.
Detailed instructions can be found in the attached file