CREATING THE CLIMATE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN STRATFORD & PERTH COUNTY
Creating a Climate for Change Series
Part 3 – GREEN CHRISTMAS
Just sixty-four more shopping days ’til Christmas! Join us for the last in our series, “Creating the Climate for Change”, a panel presentation on ways to celebrate an anti-shopping, sustainable Christmas.
Our guest panel includes Andrew Coppolino food columnist for “The Morning Edition” on CBC Radio One KW, and writer in residence at the Stratford Chefs School; Pamela Coneybeare of La Osa; and Sarah Sylvester owner of the Little Shed Flower Company.
Join us Wednesday November 16, at 6:30 in person at the Stratford Public Library auditorium and online via Zoom. And get inspired for a saner, slower, greener season.
This event is free to attend (either in person or via Zoom) but you must pre-register. Visit the Stratford Public Library website for information and registration.
On May 25th, the Stratford & District Chamber of Commerce hosted a provincial election debate in which all candidates participated. Below are documents containing transcriptions of questions asked and the answers from each of the four respective candidates. Ashley...
The latest online Climate Action Community Meeting was held on September 22nd. Titled How Cities Can Lead on Climate: Creative Plans and Concrete Action, it featured a panel of guest speakers. Many cities are taking ambitious climate action and having an impact on...
Take to the streets of Stratford on September 24th to demand climate action! Join the call for an equitable and sustainable future!We’re encouraging small group climate strikes on sidewalks throughout the city from 2 to 4pm on Friday September 24th. Pick a spot, make...
Our vision is for a community engaged in creative, bold responses to the global climate crisis and committed to a carbon-neutral Perth County by 2040.
We focus on supporting individuals and advocating for community-wide change in key areas of meaningful climate action: green transportation, net zero buildings, waste reduction, and biodiversity protection.