UPDATE: At the Committee of the Whole meeting held in Council Chambers on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 20, Council voted to reduce the Climate Action Levy by half for 2024. Councillors Bass, Bepple and Karpuk were the only Councillors … Continue reading An open letter calling on City Council to stick to the plan
The second time around was just as great! The room at the Kamloops United Church was literally buzzing on Saturday, January 27, with ideas bouncing around on what average citizens can do to reduce climate change impacts. Approximately 65 participants … Continue reading Climate Action Fest 2.0 – What an energizer!
You wanted us to do it again, so we’re listening! Consider this your official invitation to a day of learning, brainstorming, and building connections as we work to strengthen our community’s resilience! Saturday, January 2710 am to 2 pm (Lunch … Continue reading Announcing… Climate Action Fest 2.0!
The City of Kamloops is hosting a series of events to hear from residents in each neighbourhood. This is a great opportunity to bring climate action to the forefront and to remind Council and staff of the many achievable and necessary changes we can make to mitigate the effects that climate change will have on our community. Continue reading SPEAK UP FOR CLIMATE ACTION!
Report on the Eco-Song Workshop 2023 The recent floods, drought, and now wildfires leave no doubt that we are in the midst of a climate crisis. We need to tackle this now, and it will mean difficult decisions and massive … Continue reading Music for the planet: An Eco-lyrics workshop!
UPDATE: Kamloops City Council voted to approve Fortis’ request despite having received approximately 100 letters urging them to say no, and before giving the many members of the public who made time to attend the Council meeting a chance to … Continue reading Say no to Fortis’ plan!