We will examine concrete campaigns to explore using local government as an agent for Transition, as opposed to something to “work around.”
In this session, we’ll learn how to build relationships with local governments to prioritize sustainable food systems in community planning.
How can we strengthen our partnerships with local faith communities? And why would we want to?
"Building Vital Zero Carbon Cities: Local Success Stories of Youth and Adult Teams Partnering with their City Councils" with Sean Gosiewski and Others
Meet intergenerational volunteer teams from four communities successfully partnering with their city governments to adopt and implement energy and climate resilience action plans to reduce CO2 emissions by 80% or more.
"Building Local and Statewide Partnerships for Climate Resilience and Sustainability" with Dan Fatton, Paul Moss, Laura Millberg, and Philipp Muessig
Learn about several statewide efforts in Minnesota and New Jersey that are working to advance community sustainability and climate resilience through partnerships and assistance, including Minnesota GreenStep Cities, Jersey Renews, and Sustainable Jersey.
This workshop will explore a community-based approach and illustrate its applicability across social and economic strata.
Learn how to connect with a wide range of personalities in your community, and even find ways to work together.