CLIMATE PREPAREDNESS AND ADAPTATION STRATEGY VIRTUAL ENGAGEMENT

Through CleanBC, the Government of British Columbia has committed to releasing a climate preparedness and adaptation strategy in late 2020. Within the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and with support from SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue (the Centre), the B.C. Climate Action Secretariat (CAS) hosted a series of targeted workshops with external partners, including: young leaders, federal partners, academic and non-governmental organizations, local governments, industry and professional associations, and equity groups. This engagement process is designed to inform the strategy by encouraging dialogue and collecting partner input on possible thematic actions under consideration. The BCCFA participated in one of the virtual sessions. The report of the session can be found here

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