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ARTICLE | Communities Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals

Articles, Publications, Climate Change, Homepage Resources, CCT Publications, Climate Transitions, SDGs, Laura Schnurr

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 diverse means – from art and storytelling to developing Voluntary Local Reviews to integrating the SDGs into local plans. This article profiles three stories of communities that are leading in advancing Agenda 2030 locally.

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Laura Schnurr

By Laura Schnurr

Laura leads Tamarack's work on Climate Transitions and Sustainable Development Goals. She is passionate about supporting cities and communities in their journeys towards ensuring a just, equitable and sustainable future for the next 7 generations and beyond. Through events, publications, communities of practice and other learning opportunities, Laura is helping advance the 2030 Agenda in Canada with a specific focus on the goals related to equity and climate change.

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