On May 4, 2022, Tamarack Institute hosted a conversation focused on the Green Resilience Project. This insightful discussion provides background on key themes and recommendations heard in local conversations across Canada during the course of the Green Resilience Project, and how local context shaped and is reflected in the conversations.
News and Resources
Here you’ll find articles, resources and other materials related to climate change, income security and their connections to community resilience. We’ll also post relevant updates about the project and its community partners.
“Senators Rosa Galvez and Kim Pate applaud all those involved in the Green Resilience Project. The final report released yesterday represents a commendable collaboration between the federal government and community members throughout the country, on the intersection of climate and income inequality. “
Join us for the virtual launch of the Green Resilience Project’s final report, which summarizes a series of 32 conversations hosted in communities across Canada on the links between climate change, income security and community resilience.
Join Y4Y Québec’s 5th Annual Youth Forum…A platform for you and other youth from across the province to share your thoughts, ideas, and concerns about a wide range of current issues, which have been identified over the past year as most important to the English-speaking youth in Québec, including Mental Health, Climate Change, and Community Involvement.
There’s still time for decisive actions that would stabilize global temperatures over a span of three or four years, rather than three or four decades, but only if countries move swiftly to bring greenhouse gas emissions to zero, two senior climate scientists said Thursday, during a webinar hosted by the Covering Climate Now (CCNow) news collaborative.
Earlier this month, Green Resilience Project steering committee member (and chair of the Basic Income Canada Network) Sheila Regehr spoke to Keith Wiley on the EcoCentric Radio show about the role of income security when it comes to taking action on climate change.