BUILDING THE POWER TO TRANSFORM — Moving forward with a Just Transition that leaves no one behind

Mar 30 - Apr 1 @ THE WESTIN - OTTAWA

REGISTER for the Transition to a Just Economy Dialogues as part of the 2022 Progress Summit

The Transition to a Just Economy Dialogues are the result of a collaboration led by Blue Green Canada, Climate Action Network Canada, Réseau action (CAN-Rac), and Environmental Defence Canada in partnership with dozens of allied organizations, unions, and associations coming to seek decarbonized pathways to benefit workers and communities.

By registering for our conversations on a Transition to a Just Economy you’ll also be registering for attendance to the Progress Summit, which means that in addition to in-depth, strategic conversation and action planning, you’ll also be able to partake in a suite of keynotes, panels, and workshops addressing issues at the heart of progressive movement today. Agenda details will be released in the coming weeks, alongside our participant guide.

Given COVID restrictions and health protocols, Progress Summit attendance will be limited, and our Dialogues specifically will be open to approximately 150 participants. Use the code DECARBONIZE to ensure your spot!

If you have more questions about the Progress Summit, please see the following FAQ.


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