The time is now to talk to your neighbours about climate change

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We believe that people are at the heart of the climate crisis. By connecting with people through sharing stories of our life experiences, and being compassionately curious to their needs, we can find common ground in our families, communities and live better, together.

In this workshop series, learn what it takes to have meaningful conversations on climate change! You will learn skills in storytelling, compassionate curiosity, gentle assertiveness, as well as communication and conflict management. We encourage you to sign up for ALL THREE trainings to get the most value out of your learning experience.

Meet like minded people, build invaluable, life long skills, and make a difference!

Sign up for our training series now!

Part 1: Storytelling for Climate Action

This training will teach participants how sharing stories of our life experiences is fundamental to connecting on climate and building meaningful relationships.

Part 1: Wed June 8: 5-6:30pm PST

Part 2: Compassionate Curiosity for Climate Action

This training will teach participants how listening, being genuinely curious, gently assertive, and demonstrating compassion is fundamental to connecting on climate and building meaningful relationships.

Part 2: Wed June 15: 5-6:30pm PST

Part 3: Deep Canvassing Training and Phone Bank!

We are the first group in Canada, and the first group anywhere, to develop a long term deep canvass on climate and energy. Since 2020, our amazing team of volunteers have had over 1000 transformational conversations with our neighbours about meaningful climate action. Apply your storytelling and compassionate curiosity skills and move more people to support government action on climate change in this training and phone bank!

Can’t make the storytelling and compassionate curiosity trainings? That’s ok! You can still sign up to deep canvass!

Part 3: Wed June 22: 3-6pm PST

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