PROVIDING FREE CLIMATE ACTION WORKSHOPS IN THE TRI-CITIES
Next series will be spring 2024.Email EnvironmentCoqRotary@gmail.com to be put on a notification list
About Cool 'Hoods Champs
A FUN and FREE program that trains you to become a climate champion in your own neighbourhood! Through a series of super interactive workshops, you will learn to:
Identify climate impacts and solutions within your neighbourhood
Envision your ideal climate-friendly neighbourhood
Champion climate action within your community, through writing and implementing your very own climate action plan
Connect your climate action with the Metro Vancouver’s and BC’s climate policies
This program is designed by UBC - CALP and being run in partnership with the Rotary Club of Coquitlam.
About the Workshops
This workshop will review the science on climate change and regional climate projections for Metro Vancouver.You will then apply this to your neighbourhood and explore its greatest needs using the Citizen's Coolkit.
Based on the needs identified in Workshop 1, you will explore and prioritize practical local solutions via Coolkit mapping and visioning exercises.
Guided by your friendly workshop instructors, you will craft, critique and refine your action plan for neighbourhood climate action.Finally, gain practical skills to become a climate champion and inspire your neighbours!
Spring 2024 Series
Dates - Spring 2024
Location - TBD
Time - 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Food will be provided during the break
Coquitlam June 2023
Port Moody Oct 2023
Next series will be spring 2024. Email EnvironmentCoqRotary@gmail.com to be put on a notification list
Thanks for putting this on in my neighbourhood. Tina F
This was a great program that encourages turning talk into action. It was wonderfulseeing of the great speakers come together to educate and share ideas and expertise. Thank you! Lynn T.
If you are like me, concerned about climate change & interested in learning how to take your first steps in getting more involved in Climate Action initiatives, this is a great introduction. Sean S.