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People at the Climate Change protest 2019

Host a dialogue

You can host your own dialogue to discuss the proposed actions that Vancouver is considering to tackle the climate emergency. Invite your friends, family, co-workers, classmates, or whomever you want!

We’re also offering optional in-person and online training on how to host your own dialogue – find session dates and sign-up information.

Dialogue kits

Dialogue kits have instructions, tips, and discussion prompts so that you have all you need to host.

Download an online version of the dialogue kit:

Hosted a dialogue?

Provide feedback

The feedback from these dialogues will help us shape and refine the proposed actions into a bold Climate Emergency Action Plan that will be brought to Council in October 2020.

Are you a youth?

High school students in Vancouver who host a dialogue and submit the feedback can be formally recognized for 2-hours of community service.

Girl Guide or Scout Canada units based in Vancouver that complete a dialogue kit and submit the feedback are eligible to earn a badge (while supplies last).

How to host a dialogue

If you're interested in hosting a dialogue and can commit to returning the feedback collected to us before April 22, attend an optional training session:

Tuesday, February 25, 7pm to 9pm
CityLab, 511 West Broadway

Register

Friday, February 28, 11am to 1pm
Online

Register

Tuesday, April 7, 7pm to 9pm
Peter Mackay Room, VPL Central Branch, 350 W Georgia St:

Register

Promote your dialogue with these posters  (3 MB)