Climate change and income insecurity are major, interconnected challenges that limit the capacity of communities across Canada to build or strengthen resilience.
During the past several months, The Green Resilience Project organized over 30 conversations with communities across Canada on the links between climate change, income security and their role in building resilient communities equipped with the tools they need to navigate a changing environment and economy.
Join us on May 4 to hear from some of the key people behind this initiative. Speakers will share insights and trends that emerged from the local conversations as well as implications for community changemakers and for policymaking at all levels.
More information on the speakers and registration can be found HERE.