With our Canadian partners, we’re helping people in Alberta – home to the country’s oil sands – find ways to have constructive conversations about climate change and energy that reflect their shared identity and values as Albertans.
We’ve provided consultancy services to various organisations, including the government of British Columbia on how to better engage their citizens on climate change adaptation.
Our Communications Lead, Leane de Laigue, is Canadian (and French), and our associate Amber Bennett is based in Canada.
Reports & guides
Videos & podcasts
The fight against climate change down on the Alberta farm
Alberta project seeks to find common climate language
Two Alberta projects aim for wider dialogue on energy futures
The Energy Mix
Tackling climate change requires healing the divide
David Suzuki Foundation
Les changements climatiques et le syndrome de l’autruche
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