Resilience: it boils down to the ability to “just keep going.” Climate change presents a particular challenge for us: it’s so hard to see how our puny individual efforts are worthwhile. But that’s where collective action comes in. Together, with everyone pitching in, we can do what needs to be done. Will you join us in building climate resilience for Kamloops in 2023? Continue reading Building resilience: A call to action
Concerned about wildfires and floods in BC? Trying to eat and shop more locally? Want to invest some energy into strengthening our community?
We’re taking climate action in 2023 and we’d like YOU to be part of it.
Continue reading Join us in climate action for 2023!
Join us for a special Climate Cafe: a candlelight vigil to reflect and share our love for our planet, our concern for ourselves and our fellow human beings at risk from climate change, and our hopes for truly transformative action to happen at COP and through each other. Continue reading Climate Cafe: Nov 10 @4pm, Smorgasbord Deli
UPDATE: We did it! Kamloops City Council voted to approve the staff proposal to provide funding for the Community Climate Action Plan on April 5, 2022. Thanks to everyone who attended a meeting to speak up for climate action funding, … Continue reading Follow the money: Supporting the CCAP with realistic funding
We have a plan. Now we need the money to make the plan a reality. We’re excited to see that the City is proposing a mechanism to fund the implementation of the Community Climate Action Plan. Will they vote to … Continue reading Funding strategy proposed for Climate Action Plan
We hear you. Extreme weather events related to climate change are affecting all of us—and we want to take action. Climate advocacy has two parallel prongs: individual action and collective action. Both are important, and both are absolutely necessary. As … Continue reading “But what can I DO?”