As the new year dawns, so does our hope that we’ll soon be able to see each other in person again. The light is coming! For now, though, we’ll continue to do our work virtually. There is work to be … Continue reading Tell Council you want a strong Climate Plan!
Community Climate Action Plan Public Engagement The City of Kamloops is developing a Community Climate Action Plan to set the direction for reducing local greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and supporting a cleaner, healthier, lower-carbon future. The eight ‘Big Moves’ and … Continue reading City’s climate plan needs YOUR input!
Dear Mayor Christian and members of the Economic Recovery & Renewal Task Force, Thank you for starting this important work! In addition to challenges and hardship, COVID-19 has given us an opportunity. We have a choice as to how we respond: will we go back to the status quo, or will we make the changes that are urgently needed in order to truly renew and repair relationships within our interconnected world? Transition Kamloops would like to encourage the Task Force to focus on the projects that will make the biggest difference in our citizen’s quality of life: those that are … Continue reading Submission to Mayor’s Task Force on Economic Recovery & Renewal from Transition Kamloops
We live in a time of tremendous political, environmental, and economic upheaval. Think Resilience is an online course to help you start doing something about climate change and our other sustainability challenges—starting in your own community. For a limited time, … Continue reading Courses and webinars
It has been a great year for Repair Cafe Kamloops. On February 29th the group hosted a Repair Cafe at Sahali Mall with a record 92 items brought in for repair! 57 of these items were successfully repaired – the … Continue reading News from the Repair Cafe
For the sake of our plastic-choked oceans, more and more communities around the world are starting to ban single-use plastics, particularly including the humble plastic shopping bag. A Canadian ban on single-use plastics within the next year or two was … Continue reading Tip #2: Ban the bag!