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WEBINAR | Basic Income and Climate Change

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Basic Income has been long positioned as a means to reduce poverty and improve equality, but it is also a promising strategy for helping Canadians manage increasingly frequent extreme weather events caused by climate change. Moreover, it is also considered viable for helping communities transition to a new carbon economy while supporting marginalized populations to thrive.

Join poverty reduction and environmental advocates to explore the ways in which Basic Income can be a tool for both environmental and social progress.

Speakers: Mitchell Beer, Dr. Jim Mulvale, Janet Patterfung, and Scott Santens

Moderator: Natasha Pei

Vibrant Communities

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Vibrant Communities supports cities and local leaders to develop and implement large-scale change initiatives through four learning networks: Ending Poverty, Deepening Community, Building Youth Futures and Climate Transitions. Our belief is that when we are effective in strengthening community capacity to engage citizens, lead collaboratively, deepen community and reduce poverty, our work contributes to the building of peace and more equitable society.

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