This video is Part IV in the Climate in Focus series.

Implementing a local climate action plan takes time, effort and many steps. Successful communities engage and collaborate with stakeholders from the outset, working together to change behaviours and build momentum. Watch this video to better understand how engaging local community organizations and other municipalities in your region can enrich your plans.

Watch this video to learn about:  

  • The importance of working with local organizations to realize your climate action plan
  • How working with other local governments in your region can enrich your plans
  • The value of sharing the results of activities with peers and partners across Canada

Watch: Ready. Set. Go.

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