Livable Cities Forum: Managing Local Climate Risks

The seventh annual Livable Cities Forum is being hosted as a Pop-Up Event in the City of St. John’s, Newfoundland. The Forum is a boutique national event widely known for its high-caliber sessions and diverse speakers on climate change action in Canada.

The 2018 Pop-Up is a chance for us to move the Forum around the country and offer a specific focus on getting started with managing climate risk. Combining plenaries, panel discussions, and workshops, this one day event will be a chance to discuss climate change adaptation and resilience with a focus on collaborative vulnerability and risk assessment, managing climate risks, and mainstreaming climate change across operations. As this year’s focus is managing climate risk locally, we warmly welcome the participation of municipalities, sustainability practitioners, provincial representatives, community service providers, emergency management professionals, businesses, and private sector agencies from the region.

For more information and registration, please visit www.livablecitiesforum.com.  Conference fee is $99 and includes coffee, refreshments and lunch as well as a full day of interactive sessions, plenaries and workshops.

Registration is limited to 100 participants to promote interactive sessions that foster sharing and dialogue opportunities.

Payment is accepted through PayPal or by cheque. Please include 15% Newfoundland HST onto cheque payments, totalling $116.70 CAD.

Cancellations before October 31, 2017 will receive a 50% refund. No refund will be given after November 1, 2018. If you’re unable to attend the conference after registering, you may send someone in your place. Substitutions may be made before November 1, 2018.

Questions about registration? Contact Christina Schwantes at christina.schwantes@iclei.org or 647 – 728 – 4395.