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Community Summary Report: Atlantic Canada

Click to download the PDF. Community Partner name: National Farmers Union  Conversation date: January  1. Introduction  A. Summary  Conversation highlights and themes:  ● Climate change directly impacts farmers’ livelihoods and incomes. It is not the only challenge farmers face.  ● Our food system is broken and is not resilient. Impacts ripple throughout society and include food insecurity and a farm labour crisis.  ● We need more farmers, but barriers to… Read More »Community Summary Report: Atlantic Canada

Community Summary Report: Lockeport 2

Click to download the PDF. Centre for Local ProsperityLockeport, Nova Scotia Submitted on 11 December 2021 A. Introduction  1. Summary  100-150 words that highlight the key takeaways from the Community Summary Report. Were there any issues, concerns, solutions or ideas that were talked about in multiple breakout groups and/or were strong themes in discussion of the full group? Did any general points of consensus emerge from the group?  This report presents… Read More »Community Summary Report: Lockeport 2

Community Summary Report: Lockeport 1

Click to download the PDF. CENTRE FOR LOCAL PROSPERITY TOWN OF LOCKEPORT December 6th, 2021 1. Introduction  A. Summary  100-150 words that highlight the key takeaways from the Community Summary Report. Were there any issues, concerns, solutions or ideas that were talked about in multiple breakout groups and/or were strong themes in discussion of the full group? Did any general points of consensus emerge from the group?  The key takeaways and themes… Read More »Community Summary Report: Lockeport 1

Community Summary Report: Fredericton

Click to download the PDF. Community Partner name: Conservation Council of New Brunswick   Conversation date: 19 January 2022  1. Introduction  A. Summary  The Fredericton, NB Green Resilience conversation emphasized the opportunity to  respond to climate change by improving food and income security, housing  affordability and energy efficiency, and ensuring community input into decision making. The participants were unanimous that solving climate change requires Fredericton and the country transition to… Read More »Community Summary Report: Fredericton

Community Summary Report: Montréal (Coalition Climat Montréal) – English

Click to download the PDF. Community Partner Name: Montreal Climate Coalition Dialogue held on: February 2, 2022 Report written by Barbara Duroselle and Jean-François Boisvert Translated by Karen Muir for the Green Resilience Project  1. Introduction A. Summary    The consequences of climate change were a concern for nearly everyone present. All participants agreed it was necessary to act immediately to prevent even more dire consequences for the community. Although… Read More »Community Summary Report: Montréal (Coalition Climat Montréal) – English

Community Summary Report: Montréal (Coalition Climat Montréal) – French

Click to download the PDF. Nom du partenaire communautaire : Coalition climat MontréalDate du dialogue : 2 février 2022Rapport rédigé par Barbara Duroselle et Jean-François Boisvert 1. Introduction A. Résumé    L’inquiétude face aux conséquences des changements climatiques était partagée par la grande majorité des participants. Tous s’entendent sur la nécessité d’agir sans tarder pour éviter que notre communauté soit encore plus gravement touchée. S’il n’y a pas unanimité sur les actions… Read More »Community Summary Report: Montréal (Coalition Climat Montréal) – French

Community Summary Report: (Y4Y Québec) – 2

Click to download the PDF. Community Partner name: Y4Y Québec Conversation date: January 26th, 2022  1. Introduction  A. Summary  For question 1, a consensus of anxiety emerged around a failing climate, and the inability to save up financially for an unpredictable future. Luckily, this common insecurity is leading to a sense of solidarity amongst many young people. For question 2, many participants believe that the current economic order, with its overreliance… Read More »Community Summary Report: (Y4Y Québec) – 2

Community Summary Report: Montreal (Y4Y Québec) – 1

Click to download the PDF. Community Partner name: Y4Y Québec Conversation date: January 21st, 2022  1. Introduction  A. Summary  For question 1, both breakout groups addressed what appears to be increasingly cold and unpredictable winters in Montreal. This symptom of climate change adversely affects the homeless, and those who work in the service sector where cancellations are likelier to occur. For question 2, both mentioned that lower income earners cannot use… Read More »Community Summary Report: Montreal (Y4Y Québec) – 1

Community Summary Report: Haliburton / City of Kawartha Lakes / Brock

Click to download the PDF. Joli Scheidler December 2021 to February 2022 A. Introduction  With municipal election coming October 2022, we need to hold candidates to account in their campaigns and vote for those who make commitments to take appropriate action Those with political power use the money to solidify their political power. Cynical but true. Environmental degradation falls on the poor and the disenfranchised, primarily, but not exclusively Indigenous… Read More »Community Summary Report: Haliburton / City of Kawartha Lakes / Brock