Thursday, October 22nd at 11a PDT / 2p EDT / 6p UTC
Duration: 1 hour Cost: Free
Come with Ethelo and eDemocracy Solutions (and Batman!) to look at how online democracy technology can help align communities, and empower them to make better decisions, together.
We’ll take you through an online public engagement to design a municipal climate plan using Ethelo’s unique algorithm. We will demonstrate how climate plans and other big government decisions such as budgets can be created in a way that not only involves a broad spectrum of society (including traditionally underrepresented groups), but can be used as a tool to educate, inform, and get unified public support on important policy decisions. So set up your Batsignal and let’s save democracy together.
Each session is full of valuable tools, tips, and resources to help you scale your community engagement and climate action practices. And of course, we record every second of it for you to watch at your leisure.
Hear from inspiring local government leaders in the United States and Canada who are using local rule-making to move away from oil and gas expansion and to chart a path forward to community health and safety, a just transition to renewable energy, and livable, resilient cities.
Policing is a big issue for local governments from coast to coast to coast. In this second session on police budget reallocation, we dig deeper into the challenges and opportunities created around local conversations pertaining to race, equity, and police reform.
Climate Engagement Experts will discuss how Salt Spring Island meaningfully consulted a representative example of their community to inform an achievable Climate Action Plan with overwhelming public support, in the midst of a pandemic.
Professor Cameron Hepburn, Director of the Smith School of Environment & Enterprise, University of Oxford, walks us through a recent study examining the economics of Green Recovery, followed by a discussion with Tzeporah Berman (climate expert) and Gregor Robertson (Global ambassador of Mayors4Climate).
Across the country, there is a growing call for local governments to reevaluate the size of police budgets and the scope of policing. In this webinar, host Andrea Reimer leads a discussion with elected leaders across Canada to discuss challenges, options and strategies for local governments.
Local government and climate action leaders discuss the impact that lockdowns have had on municipal climate action, and explore the opportunities to move forward as cities begin to reopen.
This session provides tips around legal requirements for online engagement and explores ways to engage the public through online and offline channels, while keeping everyone safe at home.
Government and engagement experts discuss stakeholder and public engagement practices to help local governments make more informed, better budgeting decisions to build stronger communities.
See a walk-through of the project that received the CPRS Gold Prize for Digital Campaign of the Year and the IAP2 Canadian Core Values Award.
Learn from some of the leading thinkers of engagement in Canada about the values and principles that should guide the development and use of democracy tools in the social distancing era.
In this question and answer, we discussed some of the Town of Okotoks's first-hand experiences using engagement technology for a variety of planning purposes.
Discover the 3 steps to take local climate action by using the Municipal Climate Action Kit and how online engagement tools help accomplish climate goals.
Learn about three online tools that are helping local governments align internal stakeholders and engage the public to develop highly-supported budget plans and build healthier, stronger communities.
Learn how local governments, community members and community groups can do more to help make change happen faster and more effectively through public engagement.
"Very informative webinar, I really appreciated the clarity they brought to the subject. I'm looking forward to seeing what they cover next."
District of Sooke