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2020 Virtual Climate Change Conference

 

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The Grey Bruce Healthy Communities Partnership invites you to join the dialogue at the 2020 Virtual Healthy Communities Conference on October 28, 2020. This conference will bring together a variety of participants to learn about, collaborate on and plan successful climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies in Bruce and Grey Counties. 

2020 Virtual Climate Change Conference

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Conference Overview:

The global pandemic has reduced carbon emissions worldwide. As COVID-19 cases continue to decline nationally, provincially and locally, how can Grey Bruce return a “new normal” that ensures climate change is a top priority?

This conference will bring together municipal leaders, organizations, community action groups and passionate individuals to discuss, brainstorm and strategize solutions that will support climate change adaptation and mitigation in Grey and Bruce Counties.

Conference Objectives:

  1. To raise awareness and encourage dialogue about the active role each conference participant plays in addressing climate change.
  2. To spark innovative ideas that will inspire participants to take action while acknowledging the status quo is unacceptable.
  3. To strengthen collective impact through collaborative partnerships & community networks.
  4. To discuss lessons learned and strategies in creating, supporting and sustaining a region committed to climate action.

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