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.
With community conversations ramping up across the country, we’re excited to start sharing the stories of the Green Resilience Project and our partners. In that spirit, here are a few recent articles that feature the Project from publications across Canada. Happy reading! Staring down climate crisis, communities create roadmaps by Natasha Bulowski in Canada’s National Observer, Jan. 7, 2022. Green Resilience Project Pinpoints Basic Income as ‘Key to the Climate… Read More »In the news
We’re excited to be introducing our third batch of Green Resilience Project partners. Joli Scheidler and Community Futures North Central Development will be hosting conversations in their communities in Ontario and Manitoba, respectively.
This week, we’re excited to introduce another group of Green Resilience Project partners. The Columbia Institute, Dan Meades, Ecology North (in partnership with Alternatives North) and West Kootenay EcoSociety will be hosting community conversations on Vancouver Island and in Newfoundland and Labrador, Yellowknife and the West Kootenay region.
The Green Resilience Project is thrilled to introduce its first group of partners who will host conversations to identify and document what communities need to build resilience and encourage local action on all the aspects of the climate crisis—from responses to local climate impacts to the transition out of fossil fuel employment.
We are seeking a first-language French speaker with strong conversational English to confirm 3 to 5 Francophone community organizations from Quebec as project partners.
We’re looking for organizations across Canada to partner with us to host a (virtual) conversation in their community on the links between climate change, income security and community resilience.