Join us at the upcoming Climate Caucus Summit, CatIQ Connect Conference, and Sustainable Communities Conference. We are also finalizing the details for more events – stay tuned!
Join us for an afternoon adaptation workshop at the Climate Caucus Summit of 2023
February 6, 2023 | Hybrid – Richmond, BC and Online
Ewa Jackson is leading a workshop on building adaptation and resiliency plans for communities of all sizes at 5:30 pm ET / 2:30 pm PT at this year’s Climate Caucus Summit. The workshop will be available both in-person and online, and will be facilitated by Ewa, Rena, and Hiba.
The summit’s agenda also includes a morning workshop and inspiring keynote speeches from former Vancouver Councillor, Andrea Reimer and former Edmonton Mayor, Don Iveson. This event will bring together local elected leaders from urban and rural communities across Canada to workshop practical local climate solutions. The hybrid setup means participants can attend either in person or online.
We are proud to be a community partner of the 2023 CatIQ Connect Conference
February 7-8, 2023 | Toronto, ON
CatIQ Connect 2023 will bring together industry, academia, and government representatives to discuss natural and human-made catastrophes in Canada. CatIQ Connect provides a detailed overview of catastrophes, discusses strategies in catastrophe management, and explores sector perspectives. Overall themes are preparedness and resiliency, available tools, and impacted stakeholders and policymakers working together for the greater good of all Canadians.
This year’s conference will examine BC floods, innovations in flood modeling, modeling risks in future climate, initiatives related to disaster mitigation and adaptation, the impacts of extreme weather on the country, and more.
Join us in workshops and for an evening of PCP trivia at the 2023 Sustainable Communities Conference
February 7-10, 2023 | Ottawa, ON and online
Megan Meaney is joining a workshop on “Climate budgeting as a governance system to reach net-zero” from 9:30 to 10:45 am on Wednesday February 8 at this year’s Sustainable Communities Conference. Ewa Jackson will also be sharing reflections on the National Adaptation Strategy while Adlar Gross and Pavils Hawkins will be running a Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) trivia game as part of Thursday’s sold-out pub night social at the Metropolitain Brasserie Restaurant from 7 to 9 pm.
The 2023 Sustainable Communities Conference will bring together municipal staff, elected officials, federal officials, and private sector experts to discuss and share best practices for making Canadian communities more environmentally, socially and economically vibrant.
More events coming
We are finalizing the details for more events and look forward to sharing these with you – stay tuned!
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