This is a sponsored event
Global Forum for Climate Justice (GFCJ) October 11-13, 2023, Vancouver, B.C.
Active members registered in the BCPA and in good standing will receive a 50% discount on the Climate Action Lab (CAL) workshop.
Early bird registration ends on September 15, 2023.
Unveiling paradigms, empowering communities, sharing responsibilities to build a sustainable future.
Join us for a three-day Global Forum on Climate Justice, uniting activists, experts, and stakeholders to develop an actionable climate toolkit focused on social justice. Help empower underserved communities—youth, Indigenous Peoples, and women—as we tackle the critical intersection of climate change and equity. Be part of this crucial dialogue!
The event is by invitation only and free of charge, but a special registration code is required for entry.
Global Forum for Climate Justice (GFCJ) Daily Themes
Day 1: The Human Face of Climate Justice
Day 2: Paradigms Unveiled
Day 3: Empowering Actions
Explore Climate Justice through the Voices of Advocates, Leaders, and Activists.
· Sxwpilemaát Siyám, Chief Leanne Joe, Squamish Nation
· Ambassador Mark Lagon
· Stefania Maggi
· Senator Rosa Galvez
· Jasveen Brar
· Matt Vickers
Climate Action Lab (CAL) October 14, 2023. Vancouver, B.C.
Elevate your impact by mastering the art of climate action.
The Climate Action Lab (CAL) is a dynamic and collaborative training initiative, bridging theory, policy, and practice to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable and resilient future. It offers professional development opportunities that empower you with actionable strategies and practical solutions through interdisciplinary dialogue break down barriers, amplify our impact, and create a vibrant network of climate warriors.
We offer a discounted rates for following industry representatives: Indigenous organizations, Not-For Profit sector, Government and Policy representatives, Youth/Students. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Trainer: Leslie Davenport
Workshop: Building emotional resilience for effective climate justice
Our internal ecosystems and external ecosystems are inextricably connected and constantly influencing each other. As we deeply understand our inner landscapes through a trauma-informed lens, it equips us to be more effective in creating a safer, healthier, more just world. This daylong workshop includes experiential practices with tools to work with eco-anxiety and grief that can be shared in a range of settings for both individual and community care to support systemic change.
· Trainer: Sousan Abadian, Ph.D.
Workshop: Cultivating a generative mindset
Green technology, sustainable development, regenerative agriculture, and AI will not solve the climate crisis without a transformation in our thinking and mindset. This interactive and reflective training is designed to develop your generative mindset and enable you to step forward, exercise leadership from wherever you are, to do what only you have come to do in meeting the great challenges of our time, and even have joy doing it.
Registration for the Climate Action Lab (CAL)
Early Bird Registration: $399 CAD
Aug. 1 – Sept. 15
Second Draw: $499 CAD
Sept. 15 – Sept. 30
Final Ticket Sale: $699 CAD
Oct. 1 – Oct. 14
We offer discounted rates for the following partners and allies:
· Indigenous organizations,
· Not-For-Profit sector,
· Government and Policy representatives,
Please note that as a reg. psychologist you have the option to submit the activity if you wish. We encourage psychologists who intend to document this activity as part of their Continuing Competence to review the criteria provided and decide whether to include it. You can access more information about the program by following this link: https://collegeofpsychologists.bc.ca/registrants/continuing-competency-program/.
Special room rates are available at the Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel. To book a room, please go to: https://book.passkey.com/e/50648643