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How to Talk About Energy Transition in Canada (or anything climate, really) - Shared screen with speaker view
Liza Potvin
14:57
Both Gail Morton and I are from Community Climate Circles
Andrea Johancsik (she/her) - BIBV
14:58
Hi, I'm Andrea Johancsik. I work for the Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley, a charity based in Canmore Alberta and I'm joining from Treaty 7 territory as well (Calgary).
Laura Tyler
15:04
hi! Joining from Treaty 1 (Winnipeg). Working with Sustainable Building Manitoba
Gail Morton
15:17
Good morning from Vancouver Island: Nuu chah nulth unceded lands, also known as Port Alberni.
Jen Lash
15:22
Jen Lash, Sisu Consulting. I live in Kwakwaka'wakw territory, more specifically the territories of the Namgis, Kwakiutl, and Mamalilikulla Nations. The community I live in is called Sointula.
Angela Jiang
15:30
Angela Jiang - Cityh of Brampton Stormwater Education & Outreach Associate
Beverly deVries, RRU (she/her)
15:45
Hi all, Beverly here from RRU which sits on the traditional lands of the Xwsepsum and Lekwungen ancestors and families.
Sheila Murray
15:50
I’m Sheila with Community Resilience to Extreme Weather (CREW). I’m joining from Hamilton, Ontario
Kirk Grayson
15:52
Greetings everyone. I'm from the Maple Ridge Climate Hub, on the traditional territory of the Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations, just outside of Vancouver.
Stephen Thomas
15:56
Hi All,Stephen Thomas (he/him)David Suzuki FoundationJoining from unceded Mi'kmaq territory in Nova Scotia
Emily Pearlman
16:00
Emily from Climate Network Lanark in Almonte ON, unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg traditional territory.
Laurie Friskie
16:07
Laurie Friskie, Nanaimo Climate Action Hub. On the unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nations, known as Nanaimo, BC.
Kara Tersen
16:09
Kara Tersen with the Environmental Law Centre (ELC is in Edmonton, I am based in Calgary)
Emma Bider
16:09
Hi! Emma Bider, Communications coordinator Climate Legacy participating from Algonquin Anishnaabe territory.
Ray Nakano
16:10
Hi. Ray Nakano from ClimateFast in Tkaronto (Treaty 13).
Laura Sacks
16:11
Hello all. I'm Laura calling in from traditional territory of the Sinixt near Castlegar, BC. Among other hats, I am Regional Organizer for interior/northern BC for Community Climate Hub initiative.
Colleen Lynch
16:16
Colleen from Tkaronto, covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit. I’m working with ClimateFast, Kitchen Table Climate Conversations and TO350.
Katie Harper
16:27
Hi everyone. I’m Katie Harper, joining from Tkaronto/Toronto (Treaty 13 Territory). I work with Talk Climate To Me, an online climate course for women-identified people. Excited to be here today!
Gisela Ruckert
16:33
Gisela Ruckert (she/her) from the unceded lands of the Secwépemc in Secwépemcul'ecw. This land covers 180,000 km2 in the central interior of BC, including the confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers where the city of Kamloops is now located.I am a long-time environmental campaigner and work with Transition Kamloops and the local chapter of the BC Sustainable Energy Association.
Jeremy van Loon
16:37
Hi everyone. Jeremy Van Loon joining from Treaty 7 territory, VP at the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices.
Debbie (she/her)
16:47
Debbie from CAPE. Joining you from the traditional territory of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tseil-Waututh Nation, known as Vancouver.
Ingrid Liepa
16:58
Beaming in from Kimberley BC, traditional and unceded lands of the Ktunaxa peoples. Working in various capacities on climate action with a good chunk focused on education, awareness, communications.
Lucy Duso
17:10
Lucy Duso, Metro Vancouver Regional District, southwest British Columbia. Joining from the beautiful traditional territories of the Coast Salish people.
Shannon Wright
17:12
Hi, I'm Shannon Wright. I'm near Saskatoon, SK. I travelled to COP26 as observer/member for National Farmers Union of Canada. I'm also the Secretary/Treasurer for the Saskatchewan Seniors Association. I'm working on my annual Christmas letter to family/friends and looking for tips to talk about climate action in that letter.
Adam Lerner, Solvable
17:34
Adam Lerner from Solvable where I live and work on the unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
Sabrina Bowman
17:39
Sabrina from Toronto/Tkaronto, working with Ryerson Leadership Lab on a national youth engagement project on climate.
Adrienne Beattie
17:42
Good morning. I'm the Climate Change Program Communications Strategist from the City of Calgary, the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, the historic Northwest Métis and the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.
Michelle Sheardown
17:42
Michelle Sheardown, North Vancouver, Drawdown BC
Andy Kubrin
17:52
Hello everyone. Andy Kubrin here, calling in from Mokhintsis, or Calgary, in Treaty 7.
Susan Bakshi
17:58
Hi Everyone, I’m Susan Bakshi (Tkaronto/Toronto, Treaty 13 Territory). I’m with ClimateFast and Toronto350.
Rebecca Hamilton
18:01
Hello! I’m Rebecca, joining from Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal, unheeded Kanien’kehá:ka territory. I’m frontloading the story design for a yet to be named group.
Paige Gorsak
18:15
Hi folks! Paige (she/they) from Dogwood, signing on from the unceded ancestral and traditional Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh territories (Vancouver).
Sarah Van Exan
18:20
Hi! I'm Sarah, and I work with GreenPAC. I am in Tkaronto, on the lands of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and Wendat
Ananda Korchynski
18:21
Ananda Korchynski, with Georgia Strait Alliance, in Quw’utsun (Cowichan),Saanich, Hul’qumi’num and SENĆOŦEN speaking peoples territory aka Salt Spring Island BC
Montana Burgess
18:27
Hello, I’m Montana Burgess (she/her or they/them), on unceded Sinixt land (who are not extinct despite what the fed says) with the West Kootenay EcoSociety in BC.
Kirsten MacMillan
18:33
Hello, Kirsten MacMillan from the Climate Risk Institute joining from Tkaranto / Toronto
Stephen Thomas
19:47
Amber, could you please re-share a link to the playbook you mentioned, that you folks released last week?Thanks so much!
Ann Baran
20:02
Ann Baran from Southern Alberta but I apologize as I won't be able to stay for the entire session.
Allison Murray
20:06
Allison Murray, with Georgia Strait Alliance. Calling in from the unceded lands belonging to the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and sel̓íl̓witulh peoples, also known as present-day Vancouver.
Naomi Grant
20:11
Naomi Grant, Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury. Atikameksheng Anishnabek territory.
Beverly deVries, RRU (she/her)
20:26
Likewise, I may need to pop off just before 11
Tom Green
20:31
Hi all, Tom Green from the David Suzuki Foundation, signing on from the unceded ancestral and traditional Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh territories (Vancouver).
Alex Lidstone
20:46
Rob Bernhardt, building policy consultant, based in Victoria, BC
Theresa Beer
20:47
Theresa Beer, David Suzuki Foundation, Vancouver
Larissa Stendie
20:49
Hi there, Larissa Stendie, Roots to Roofs Community Development Society uninvited guest on unceded WSANEC and Lekwungen speaking - Songhees and Esquimalt - territories.
Molly Henderson
20:57
Molly Henderson calling in from Khatsahlano, unceded Musqueam territory in what is otherwise known as Vancouver, from Greenpeace Canada
Cathy Orlando
21:21
Cathy Orlando N'Swakamok Robinson-Huron Treaty Territory (Northern Ontario)Director of Programs at Citizens' Climate InternationalApologies - have to leave early
Judy O'Leary
21:23
Judy O’Leary Climate CaucusGratefully living on the traditional and unceded territories of the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa, the Syilx, and the Sinixt peoples
Lucy Duso
25:13
We had the same findings in a public attitude survey here on the west coast. Can identify blue bins, bike lanes, and challenged to identify one policy.
Beatrice Ekoko
26:17
Beatrice Ekoko Faith & the Common Good. I am in Hamilton, Ontario
Katie Harper - Talk Climate To Me (she/her)
38:36
Challenge: US is falling behind
Gail Morton
38:43
Challenge: Incorrect info. Path: counteract the incorrect info. Focus on positive that protagonist can relate to.
Paige Gorsak
38:54
Challenge: The earth is warming and the US is lagging behind Pathway: Big opportunity to set up wind and solar Benefit: Provide clean energy to our military (is this good....) and bring jobs to everyday people
Katie Harper - Talk Climate To Me (she/her)
39:25
Pathway: Tangible example from Texas! US Army Base gets its power from renewables
Sabrina Bowman
39:30
Benefit: save tax dollars
Katie Harper - Talk Climate To Me (she/her)
39:57
Benefits: save taxpayer dollars (+jobs putting up RE infrastructure)
Gisela Ruckert
40:07
Challenge: US is falling behind China in climate protection. Pathway: Solar and wind potentialBenefits: Saving gazillions of dollars for taxpayers
Amber Bennett
43:39
https://docs.google.com/document/d/12BqxyrsDTNqkp3WaU3cO0KD3rUfkHwSpEs-1yqgkzII/edit?usp=sharing
Debbie (she/her)
44:53
Neither did I - Pacific also
Tina Nicholson
45:13
Tina Nicholson - National Canada please
Andy Kubrin
46:03
Andy Kubrin - Prairies, please.
S Serebrin
46:24
Shelley Serebrin Pacific region. No breakout group was offered to me.
Jaylyn Wong
46:37
Jaylyn Wong - National please and thanks!
Rita Bijons
47:29
nothing popped up for me
Victoria Foote
47:30
I also need a group — national. Victoria Foote
Maria Granados
52:16
https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/12BqxyrsDTNqkp3WaU3cO0KD3rUfkHwSpEs-1yqgkzII/edit
Maria Granados
01:09:46
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFd28yQvxpU
Debbie (she/her)
01:15:13
:) no worries - good point!
Katie Harper - Talk Climate To Me (she/her)
01:18:15
Love it Sabrina!
Ananda Korchynski
01:18:29
Fun timing - we are getting our energy audit done today!
Laurie Friskie
01:18:37
Excellent!
Lori Goldman
01:18:40
WOW Sabrina!
Montana Burgess
01:19:02
thanks everyone for this, have to go! Happy holidays
Gisela Ruckert (she/her)
01:19:34
The importance of the messenger came up in our group as well (youth audience). Need to be young people, preferably from a sector they might see themselves. Could be cultural leaders. Not connected to government.
Beverly deVries, RRU (she/her)
01:20:44
Thanks Amber, Cara & Maria - looking forward to seeing/using the playbook! Great tips so far. (logging off a little before we're done, sorry)
Sabrina Bowman
01:21:40
Ananda, you didn't need the pitch - you are already on it!
Ananda Korchynski
01:22:52
😃
Ananda Korchynski
01:23:23
Pitch was awesome though
Sabrina Bowman
01:24:33
Ananda, it's the Power of the Triangle :-)
Adrienne Beattie
01:26:04
I need to sign off. Thank you for the session and the resources!
Gail Morton
01:28:32
Definitely want more of this. Thank you, this is so inspiring.
Emma Bider
01:28:37
Definitely!
Tom Green
01:28:40
Thanks all, have to run. Great tool.
Laurie Friskie
01:28:40
Yes, I would like to come back! Great idea!
Andy Kubrin
01:28:54
Yes, i’d like to come back.
Maria Granados
01:29:43
post workshop survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2KHYZDF
Alison Leduc
01:29:58
excellent workshop, let's keep this momentum
Katie Harper - Talk Climate To Me (she/her)
01:30:04
Thanks Maria, Amber, Cara… and to everyone doing this work.
Kirk Grayson
01:30:15
Thanks all, great conversation!
Ray Nakano - ClimateFast
01:30:16
Thanks to the organizers.
Emma Bider
01:30:19
Thanks!
Angela Jiang (she/her) - City of Brampton
01:30:21
Thanks everyone!
Kirsten MacMillan
01:30:21
Thank you all, this was fantastic!
Molly Henderson
01:30:22
Thank you so much!
Debbie (she/her)
01:30:22
Thanks.
Sabrina Bowman
01:30:23
Great wokshop! Thanks so much!
Ingrid Liepa
01:30:26
thank you! : )
Colleen Lynch
01:30:27
Thank you!
Kendall Anderson
01:30:27
Thanks!
Laurie Friskie
01:30:31
Thank you for moving this important process ahead!!
Ananda Korchynski
01:30:33
Thank you for organizing, very impressed!