livable cities forum
Livable Cities Forum
The Livable Cities Forum (LCF) is Canada’s preeminent event for municipal leaders and practitioners who want to create livable cities. The Forum fosters interactive peer learning to explore how to build communities that are prepared for current and future impacts of climate change, while moving toward a more sustainable, healthy and equitable future. It provides a space for delegates to learn from colleagues and experts, share their knowledge and experiences, and participate in workshops and panels showcasing local innovation related to climate action and resilience.
LCF is widely known for its high caliber practical sessions, diverse speakers, and meaningful networking opportunities. The Forum attracts over 300 delegates, including municipal staff and elected officials, senior provincial and federal government representatives, non-governmental and private sector representatives, and other urban professionals from across the country. Visit the Livable Cities Forum website for more information.
Past Livable Cities Forums
The Livable Cities Forum has been exploring how to take action at the local level to make our communities more livable since 2011. The core themes of energy transition, climate adaptation, and meaningful and inclusive engagement are interwoven throughout program sessions from year-to-year. Each LCF explores additional themes to support local climate action based on emerging trends and lessons we are continuously learning through our work with communities across Canada.
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