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 have instructions, tips, and discussion prompts so that you have all you need to host.
Download an online version of the dialogue kit:
- Instructions PDF file (597 KB)
- Game board PDF file (88 KB)
- Discussion rules (tent card) PDF file (69 KB)
- Photo prop PDF file (54 KB)
- Recording sheet PDF file (81 KB)
- How We Move - category, topic, actions, target, question cards PDF file (143 KB)
- How We Build and Renovate - category, topic, actions, target, question cards PDF file (110 KB)
- How We Amplify - category, topic, actions, target, question cards PDF file (120 KB)
Hosted a dialogue?
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
Tuesday, February 25, 7pm to 9pm
CityLab, 511 West Broadway
Friday, February 28, 11am to 1pm
Tuesday, April 7, 7pm to 9pm
Peter Mackay Room, VPL Central Branch, 350 W Georgia St: