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Green Jobs are Here...

Venue: Zoom

Host: Climate Forum

Host Web site: https://www.thesustainabilityproject.ca/projects/climate-forum

Location

Online event address: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsdu2spzIiGtdZi2KMIK9Wx_ODmUHjay08

When: Dec 15, 2022 @ 07:00 PM

Climate Forum's next "Third Thursday" gathering is on December 15th and the theme is Jobs in a Sustainable Economy, working title: "Green Jobs are Here, How do we Grow a Green Economy?"

Guest Host: Barry Randall

As always, the goal is to learn together from a wealth of experience in the room.

Speakers confirmed for “Green Jobs are Here” include:

Steve Furness, Grey County Economic Development Jeff Loney, Bruce County Economic Development Cathryn Love, Catapult Grey Bruce Jessica Linthorne, Clean Energy Frontier Edward Stuart, Hydrogen Optimized Luke Cook, owner of Cook's Plumbing & Heating Brandon Bragg, owner of Scenic Cycle

Everyone is welcome. rsvp now, for Third Thursday, then spread the word.

Let's talk about it.

You're invited to this "check in" around our region on relevant environmental issues.

RSVP to Dec 15 to get the link! https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsdu2spzIiGtdZi2KMIK9Wx_ODmUHjay08

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Climate Forum (formerly CAT Grey Bruce) gatherings give opportunities to hear about and discuss concrete regional initiatives related to climate, e.g. community gardens, trees and various personal and political actions, but they also act as a check-in for the entire community.  From Tobermory to Walkerton, from Blue Mountains to Saugeen First Nation, kind of like a "cross-county check-up" for the Traditional Territory of the SON.

The goal is to engage in a solution-focused discussion and explore concrete pathways forward that might "square" our many priorities with climate action.

Everyone is Welcome

Please bring along a friend and/or neighbour who you think would be interested.

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