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We need whole-community leadership on climate change

Posted by Laura Schnurr on December 14, 2021

We need to pay more attention to the potential of municipalities in drastically cutting emissions while promoting more equitable outcomes for all.

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Small and mid-sized communities navigating through the climate crisis

Posted by Jorge Garza on December 13, 2021

Cities have a major role to play locally in response to the climate emergency and its repercussions by strengthening community resilience and developing innovative and more equitable ways to collaborate across sectors.

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Reflections on Community Climate Transitions – seven months in

Posted by Laura Schnurr on December 12, 2021

At this time last year, Community Climate Transitions was merely an idea. There was a vision of what we could create together, but not yet the resources or people to make it happen

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Leading in and with communities

Posted by Abbie Little on November 26, 2021

In a community engagement setting, it is important to be aware of how we present ourselves to others and how we show up in community settings. But how do we do that effectively and respectfully? One thing to consider is ways in which we can lead in and with communities.  

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Join Live Briefings for Canadian Cities from COP26

Posted by Laura Schnurr on November 1, 2021

Tamarack’s Board Chair, Shauna Sylvester, is in Glasgow for COP26. In her role as Executive Director of the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, she is helping pull together a series of briefings for Canadian cities and communities to stay informed on the conversation.

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In cities, reconciliation and sustainable development go hand in hand

Posted by Tamarack Institute on September 29, 2021

In honour of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, this piece, written in collaboration between Jorge Garza and Jordan Gray, shares reflections on how we must acknowledge our past and move together towards a better future.

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