Webinar recording: COVID, Climate Change and Equity

webinar recording covid climate change and equity

Our webinar recording and resources are now available. COVID, Climate Change and Equity: Challenges, Connections and Opportunities for Multi-solving On June 23rd 10:00 – 11:30AM SHIFT Collaborative hosted this webinar on behalf of the BC Climate and Health Network. The session…

Livable Cities Forum: highlights & presentations

livable cities forum highlights presentations

Our team at SHIFT would like to extend a huge thank-you to everyone who made the Livable Cities Forum a success: from co-hosts ACT and ICLEI Canada to all of our speakers, participants, and volunteers. Read on for highlights, program notes, and more! Highlight reel Over…

Ecohealth webalogue

ecohealth webalogue

Wednesday March 20th 12:30 – 2:00 pm PST Making the Links between Climate Change, Community Health and Resilience: Building the Field in British Columbia Climate change has simultaneously been called the greatest threat and the greatest opportunity for public health this…

Converging on Social Innovation Labs

converging on social innovation labs

In June, our SHIFT Team joined McConnell Foundation, Radius SFU and a number of other convening partners in Vancouver along with social lab practitioners from across Canada for two days of connecting and learning… …

Greater Victoria Resilient Streets Workshops

greater victoria resilient streets workshops

Greater Victoria Resilient Streets Kick-off Workshops September 13, 16 and 24 | Victoria, BC Join SHIFT Team members Stacy Barter and Michelle Colussi for Resilient Streets Kick-off workshops this fall in 3 new neighbourhoods: James Bay, Fernwood and Burnside Gorge. Resilient…

September 18 – 20, 2017: Livable Cities Forum

september 18 20 2017 livable cities forum

In partnership with ICLEI Canada, the City of Victoria is hosting the sixth annual Livable Cities forum: Advancing Low Carbon Resilience. Join SHIFT Team members Erica Crawford and Deirdre Goudriaan and others for their workshop on Creating Resilient, Low Carbon Food…

Why SHIFT?

why shift

Let’s face it: we’re just not going to get there at this rate. No, let me try that again: the way things are going, we’re going to end up exactly where we’re currently headed, and it doesn’t look so good…. A…