Climate change impacts everyone but some more than others
- Indigenous rights
- Racial justice
- Immigrant rights
- Housing justice
- Gender issues
Systemic discrimination and past policy decisions, including our urban and land use planning policies, have contributed to the continuing oppression of Indigenous people, racialized, and other disproportionately impacted communities.
As a result, certain communities are more impacted by issues of poverty, lack of services, and unequal opportunities. Our policies need to work to address this.
How we are responding to the climate crisis
We are responding with ambitious carbon reduction policies and the equitable implementation of those policies. This requires that:
- Those facing the greatest impacts are represented in program development
- The benefits of our climate actions are felt by the communities hardest hit by social and economic injustices
Our carbon reduction policies will be implemented equitably to help improve:
We need your ongoing input and action, as we move forward with this bold climate plan. Sign up to stay connected on ways to get involved.
For organizations who represent disproportionally impacted communities, contact us about the Climate and Equity Working Group.