Community Climate Transitions

 

 

Community Climate Transitions is a collective impact movement aimed at supporting a just and equitable climate transition, aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals

Community Climate Transitions is the newest collective in Tamarack’s Vibrant Communities. We are building a network of communities that are committed to tackling climate change through a multi-solving approach that advances social, environmental and economic goals simultaneously. We support communities to localize the Sustainable Development Goals and take a holistic view to improve health and social outcomes, building resilience, promoting justice and equity, reducing their carbon footprint, and strengthening economic vitality.

We do this by hosting a community of practices, webinars, and events, producing publications that share our learnings and supporting our members with specialized coaching.

The Tamarack team is here to support you on your journey. Reach out to Laura Schnurr to learn more.

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Upcoming Webinar

How Collective Impact can Support Climate Transitions in Communities: Lessons from Communities Ending Poverty

November 17, 2021 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

 

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Blogs:

Launch of the 10 Guide for advancing the SDGs in your community

The Sustainable Development Goals offer a hopeful vision for our collective future. They outline aspirational goals for humanity to achieve by 2030 on issues such as poverty, inequalities, health and wellbeing, climate and...

Introducing Laura and Jorge

Meet Laura and Jorge, our Community Climate Transitions team 

Hello! We are thrilled to be part of the Tamarack community! We recently had a coffee conversation in which we shared some reflections on why Community Climate...

Centering Indigenous Knowledge and Leadership in Your Work

If the recent pandemic and climate crisis have taught us anything, it's that Indigenous culture, knowledge and leadership are deeply connected to our very survival as a human species. Yet even despite the extensive work and...

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Publications:

BOOK | 10 - A Guide for Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals in Your Community

Informed by the SDG 10 Guide Advisory Group, this guide aims to be a practical tool for communities looking to localize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The SDGs are a set of 17 interconnected Global Goals that...

CASE STUDY | Creating Community and Municipal Buy-In for Ambitious Climate Action

Community changemakers in Waterloo Region have worked across municipalities to develop a unified vision and targets for climate action. After successfully advocating for their municipalities to declare climate emergencies in...

ARTICLE | Communities Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals

Across Canada, communities are exploring ways to build a more sustainable, inclusive and resilient future that is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as Agenda 2030. They are doing so through...

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Webinars:

WEBINAR | Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals in Your Community

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a useful framework for communities to make progress on issues that matter to them. Many cities and communities are already working to localize the SDGs, and others are...

WEBINAR | Communities Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (en anglais seulement)

During the annual Communities Ending Poverty (CEP) gathering in May 2021, Tamarack hosted a workshop on how two Communities Ending Poverty members – Oxford County and Alberni Clayoquot Health Network – have been advancing a...

WEBINAR | Climate Change and Ending Poverty (en anglais seulement)

In May 2021, Tamarack hosted a workshop on ending poverty and addressing climate change, with speakers from Climate Caucus, Canadian Urban Sustainability Practitioners Network, and Youth Climate Lab. The conversation focused...

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