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
For More Information:
View the webinar recording Basic Income Approaches in PEI and B.C.
- Read about Basic Income in Practice: Reflections from the Ontario Basic Income Pilot