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The Green Resilience Project is organizing a series of virtual conversations with 25 to 35 communities across Canada to explore the links between climate change, income security and community resilience.
Working with a designated partner organization from each community, we hope to create spaces in which a wide range of participants can talk through the links between climate action, income security and their ability to create stronger, healthier communities equipped with the tools they need to respond to challenges like the ones brought on by climate change.
At the end of the Project (April 2022), we’ll produce a final report which will be available to the public and shared with Environment and Climate Change Canada.
If you’d like to know more about our work, you can read our project background, learn more about our community partners, or subscribe to our newsletter to receive occasional updates on our work.
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Green Resilience Project explores links between climate, income and community resilience
Green Resilience Project announces first local partners
In the news
Staring down climate crisis, communities create roadmaps. Canada’s National Observer, Jan. 2022
Bold climate action needs a basic income. The Hill Times, Dec. 2021 (opinion)
The Green Resilience Project to explore links between climate change, income security. The Lindsay Advocate, Nov. 2021.