As part of the Equity Webinar Series that Clean Air Partnership is delivering throughout 2021, this webinar brought together Jade Schofield from the Town of Whitby, Julius Lindsay from the City of Richmond Hill and Tooba Shakeel from Credit Valley Conservation for an honest conversation about the challenges, barriers, and tools used to bring equity considerations into municipal consultations.
- Webinar Recording
- Sara Shams, JD Candidate University of Ottawa: Sara is working with CELA to develop and Equity and Climate Toolkit and is looking for information on:
- Programs/policies not yet publicized that address equity in climate change context
- Equity considerations in other plans/programs (i.e. Urban Forest Management Plans, Transportation Plans, etc.)
- Equity frameworks used to inform policy decision-making
- her contact is: email@example.com
- Whitby Green Standard
- Zero Carbon Whitby Plan
- A Guide to Talking to People in Your Life About Climate Change – Richmond Hill’s Climate Change Conversation Toolkit
- Staff Report on Overview of Toolkit Development
- Fletchers Creek SNAP
- Hungry Hollow SNAP
- TED Talk on The Urgency of Intersectionality, Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw
- MOVING TO ACTION: How Do We Respond to Anti-Black Racism in Urbanist Practices and Conversations?
- Empowering communities to conduct climate assessments for their own neighbourhoods (by UBC)