Changing the Conversation on Sustainable Development in Canada

July 5, 2017 by Shanna Edberg

Changing the Conversation is an organization in Canada that provides “a civil, open source inter-generational space where Canadians can come together to join or start a conversation around issues that matter to them and their communities.” They hold dialogues on issues such as energy, food security, waste, and rural revitalization. They also provide tools for communities and policymakers on sustainable development and the co-benefits of climate action.

This post is part of a series on on organizations and leaders who engage in ​multisolving, or climate-smart policies that simultaneously work to mitigate climate change while providing co-benefits such as the ones described above.