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The Climate Action Handbook provides a space for municipal leaders, civic organisations, public & private institutions and specialists of all kinds to collaborate on rapid and sophisticated community action, focused on action that municipal leaders can take. This is a crowd-sourced document; contributions to this document are welcome from all. - Sourceful

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The Community Action Handbook

a crowdsourced handbook from the Climate Caucus



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Mission

The Climate Action Handbook provides a space for municipal leaders, civic organisations, public & private institutions and specialists of all kinds to collaborate on rapid and sophisticated community action, focused on action that municipal leaders can take.



This is a crowd-sourced document; contributions to this document are welcome from all.

How to use this handbook

1. ? Subscribe for updates

* Join Nudj, our collaboration platform where we drive action and connect with one another

* For deep dive discussions, each section has a separate Group you can join.


2. ? Share it with your fellow community leaders

* Retweet this: [add a tweet here[a] once we have started to build it out]

* Share in your specialist communities

* WhatsApp it to your colleagues and friends

* Tell the authors of your favourite newsletter


3. ✏️ Contribute where you can

* Add your thoughts on how local governments can drive climate action to the relevant section.

* If you are working on a project yourself, join the chat in the relevant section and tell us about it!

* This homepage can’t be edited, but all the subsections below are a collaborative effort.

* If you’re not sure where something should go, put it in miscellaneous and we'll find a home for it.

* If you feel like you want to make a new section, chat to us first.


4. ? Donate

* We (@ClimateLC) are a non-partisan network of 250+ elected local leaders in Canada who are working together to create and implement policy to hold global temperature to 1.5°C. We have a self-funded skeleton staff. Please donate so we can continue pushing for climate action: Give £50 [Link to follow]

Contents

Climate and Covid-19

* Context

* Risks

* Opportunities

* How to continue talking about Climate and driving the Climate Change agenda in the context of Coronavirus

Pulling the policy lever at provincial and federal level

* Municipal asks for the Canadian Federal Government

* Municipal asks for Canadian provincial governments

* Asks for FCM, UBCM, AMO etc. (Please add this in!)

* More resources

* Municipal intervention in the Supreme Court hearing on carbon pricing - join us in the fight!

Climate Action Planning

* [Please add]

Waste

* Raising public awareness

* Universal waste collection

* Safe waste treatment

* Financial stability of waste infrastructure

* Related organisations

* More resources

* Add more here...

Land use

* [Please add]



Active transportation

* [Please add]

Buildings

* [Please add]



Food security

* [Stated but needs work. Please contribute.]



Other

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Tags climate
Type Google Doc
Published 24/03/2020, 15:03:44

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