We’ve figured out how to have successful deep canvass conversations to build support from residents in rural areas, small towns and suburban communities on climate, energy and biodiversity policy issues.

Now we want to share our learnings so you can apply lessons to your work:

communications | outreach | conversations | organizing

Register for our upcoming webinars to get your key takeaways and download your summary reports from our website

Partners and Friends: Register Today!

March 27 @ 12pm ET: biodiversity & ecosystem health in mill towns. Register
Neighbours United will be joined by Organizing for Change, who will kick off this webinar by setting the stage for the joint work being done for a Biodiversity & Ecosystem Health Law in BC and the landscape that makes this possible. You’ll learn how B.C. mill town residents are shifting to support a new law for the province that prioritizes biodiversity and ecosystem health, above other values.

April 2 @ 12pm ET: all-electric buildings in the suburbs. Register
This webinar is co-hosted by Climate Advocacy Lab and Neighbours United, with guests from Stand’s Safe Cities Campaign, who will set the context for the network of groups working to make sure all new buildings across Canada are all-electric and without gas hook-ups. You’ll learn how suburban residents in Coquitlam are shifting to support all-electric buildings.

April 3 @ 12pm ET: ending oil & gas company tax breaks in rural, small and suburban communities. Register
This webinar is co-hosted by Climate Advocacy Lab and Neighbours United, with guests from Alberta Talks, a project of Alberta Environmental Network. You’ll hear what worked in two campaigns that used deep canvassing to build support for ending tax breaks to oil and gas companies in unusual places. You’ll also learn community organizing lessons and how new supporters were escalated.

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