This annual Climate Caucus Summit brings together municipal leaders from urban and rural communities across Canada to workshop practical, local, climate solutions.
Following recent local elections in BC, Manitoba, Ontario, PEI, New Brunswick, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon, the summit will welcome climate leaders who are newly elected, re-elected, and those who have left public office, but want to share their experience with us. Accordingly, the keynote speakers, former Vancouver Councillor, Andrea Reimer and former Edmonton Mayor, Don Iveson reflect the value of sharing ideas not only across the country, but also from one council term to the next.
The agenda for this year will leave you feeling re-energized about taking action in your communities. Alongside its session partners, Community Energy Association, ICLEI, and the Co-operators, Climate Caucus will deliver keynotes, workshops, and networking to address emissions reductions, energy transitions, and resilience at the local level. Our hybrid setup will allow participants to experience the same sessions in parallel, whether they attend in-person or virtually.
This event will take place the day prior to BC’s Local Government Leadership Association conference, which is also at the Radisson Hotel in Richmond BC, as well as FCM’s Sustainable Communities Conference. The very reasonable fee supports Climate Caucus work throughout the year, and we are pleased to announce that we will provide registrants to the Climate Caucus Summit with an access code for group rate tickets to FCM’s Sustainable Communities Conference happening later in the week, from February 7th-10th, 2023.
Learn more about the 2023 Climate Caucus Summit.