B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Diversity Organizations

In this facilitated engagement session, participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.
Register here: shorturl.at/rGIS4

This community engagement session on the equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs is for organizations that serve of diverse and equity-seeking communities across the province. This may include: Indigenous people, racialized people, LGBTQ2S+ community members, people with diverse abilities, women, immigrants and newcomers, and others that are a part of communities that are historically underserved.

The Community Social Planning Committee of Greater Victoria, as part of our commitment to climate equity, is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review by facilitating engagement sessions with organizational and community representatives of equity-seeking groups.

These engagement sessions aim to:

  1. provide an update on the changes to provincial carbon pricing set in motion by the federal government’s minimum required carbon price for all provinces and territories in Canada and BC’s commitment to meet or exceed the federal carbon price.
  2. share information on B.C.’s carbon pricing policies and programs, and
  3. generate feedback from equity-seeking groups on:
    • The differing impact of the carbon tax for diverse community members
    • How different groups could be supported equitably
    • Best practices for implementation and reducing barriers to access

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of B.C.’s carbon tax and associated programs, which aims to understand its impacts on affordability for households and businesses.

We will be holding separate engagement sessions for organizations that serve diverse populations and community members from equity groups. All sessions are listed here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/community-council-of-greater-victoria-33425231167

Capacity Funding of $21/hr will be provided to support low-income individuals and organizations with low capacity where it helps reduce barriers to participation. The option will be available at registration.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Orgs. Serving Low-income

In this facilitated online engagement session, participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.
Register Here: shorturl.at/jqBX1

The Community Social Planning Committee of Greater Victoria, as part of our commitment to climate equity, is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review by facilitating engagement sessions with organizational and community representatives of equity-seeking groups.

These engagement sessions aim to:

  1. provide an update on the changes to provincial carbon pricing set in motion by the federal government minimum required carbon price for all provinces and territories in Canada and BC’s commitment to meet or exceed the federal carbon price.
  2. share information on B.C.’s carbon pricing policies and programs, and
  3. generate feedback from equity-seeking groups on:
    • The differing impact of the carbon tax for diverse community members
    • How different groups could be supported equitably
    • Best practices for implementation and reducing barriers to access

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of B.C.’s carbon tax and associated programs, which aims to understand impacts on affordability for households and businesses.

We will be holding separate engagement sessions for organizations that serve diverse populations and community members from equity groups.

Capacity Funding ($21 per hour) will be provided to support low-income individuals and organizations with low capacity where it helps reduce barriers to participation. The option will be available at registration.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Low-income Residents

In this facilitated engagement session, participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.

These B.C.-wide virtual community engagement sessions on the equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs aim to engage diverse community members across the province. There is a limited number of spaces available in each session so please register if you are interested. The Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review with community sessions for equity-seeking groups.

Register Here: shorturl.at/bgnHW

These sessions will be an opportunity to:

  1. Get an update on the federal government’s minimum carbon price for all provinces and territories and BC’s plans to meet or exceed that.
  2. Information on provincial carbon pricing, and
  3. An opportunity to explore:
    • The different impacts of the carbon tax for diverse community members, especially those with low incomes
    • How carbon tax programs can be designed to help address fairness and affordability
    • What are some of the challenges that need to be looked at and how can we make carbon tax programs more accessible?

Feedback from engagements sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of the carbon tax, which aims to understand impacts of carbon pricing on affordability for households and businesses.

Capacity Funding of $21 per hour will be provided to low-income individuals, time commitment is 1.5 hours. In order to receive capacity funding participants must opt-in at time of registration.

There are four sessions organized by engagement themes, please register for the one that most reflects your perspective: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/community-council-of-greater-victoria-33425231167

All sessions will take place over Zoom.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Diversity Organizations

In these facilitated engagement sessions participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.

This community engagement session on the equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs is for organizations that serve of diverse and equity-seeking communities across the province. This may include: Indigenous people, racialized people, LGBTQ2S+ community members, people with diverse abilities, women, immigrants and newcomers, and others that are a part of communities that are historically underserved.

The Community Social Planning Committee of Greater Victoria, as part of our commitment to climate equity, is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review by facilitating engagement sessions with organizational and community representatives of equity-seeking groups.

These engagement sessions aim to:

  1. provide an update on the changes to provincial carbon pricing set in motion by the federal government minimum required carbon price for all provinces and territories in Canada and BC’s commitment to meet or exceed the federal carbon price.
  2. share information on B.C.’s carbon pricing policies and programs, and
  3. generate feedback from equity-seeking groups on:
    • The differing impact of the carbon tax for diverse community members
    • How different groups could be supported equitably
    • Best practices for implementation and reducing barriers to access

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of B.C.’s carbon tax and associated programs, which aims to understand its impacts on affordability for households and businesses.

We will be holding separate engagement sessions for organizations that serve diverse populations and community members from equity groups.

Capacity Funding of $21.00 per hour will be provided to support low-income individuals and organizations with low capacity where it helps reduce barriers to participation. The option will be available at registration.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Rural & Remote Communities

In these facilitated engagement sessions participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.
Register here: shorturl.at/lDPX2

These B.C.-wide virtual community engagement sessions on the equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs aim to engage diverse community members across the province. There is a limited number of spaces available in each session so please register if you are interested.

The Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review with community sessions for equity-seeking groups. These sessions will be an opportunity to:

  1. Get an update on the federal government’s minimum carbon price for all provinces and territories and BC’s plans to meet or exceed that.
  2. Information on provincial carbon pricing, and
  3. An opportunity to explore:
    • The different impacts of the carbon tax for diverse community members, especially those with low incomes
    • How carbon tax programs can be designed to help address fairness and affordability
    • What are some of the challenges that need to be looked at and how can we make carbon tax programs more accessible?

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of the carbon tax, which aims to understand the impacts of carbon pricing on affordability for households and businesses.

Capacity Funding of $21 per hour will be provided to low-income individuals, the time commitment is 1.5 hours. In order to receive capacity funding participants must opt-in at the time of registration.

Sessions will take place over Zoom.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Diverse Groups

In these facilitated engagement sessions participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.

These B.C.-wide virtual community engagement sessions on the equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs aim to engage diverse community members across the province. There is a limited number of spaces available in each session so please register if you are interested.

The Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review with community sessions for equity-seeking groups.

These sessions will be an opportunity to:

  1. Get an update on the federal government’s minimum carbon price for all provinces and territories and BC’s plans to meet or exceed that.
  2. Information on provincial carbon pricing, and
  3. Explore:
    • The different impacts of the carbon tax for diverse community members, especially those with low incomes
    • How carbon tax programs can be designed to help address fairness and affordability
    • What are some of the challenges that need to be looked at and how can we make carbon tax programs more accessible?

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of the carbon tax, which aims to understand the impacts of carbon pricing on affordability for households and businesses.

Capacity Funding of $21 per hour will be provided to low-income individuals; the time commitment is 1.5 hours. In order to receive capacity funding participants must opt-in at time of registration.

Sessions will take place over Zoom.

B.C. Carbon Pricing Equity Engagement Sessions: Low-Middle Income Families

In this facilitated online engagement session, participants will explore equity aspects of B.C.’s provincial carbon tax and associated programs.

The Community Social Planning Committee of Greater Victoria, as part of our commitment to climate equity, is supporting B.C.’s Carbon Pricing Review by facilitating engagement sessions with organizational and community representatives of equity-seeking groups.

These engagement sessions aim to:

  1. provide an update on the changes to provincial carbon pricing set in motion by the federal government minimum required carbon price for all provinces and territories in Canada and BC’s commitment to meet or exceed the federal carbon price.
  2. share information on B.C.’s carbon pricing policies and programs, and
  3. generate feedback from equity-seeking groups on:
    • The differing impact of the carbon tax for diverse community members
    • How different groups could be supported equitably
    • Best practices for implementation and reducing barriers to access

Feedback from engagement sessions will inform the provincial government’s review of B.C.’s carbon tax and associated programs, which aims to understand impacts on affordability for households and businesses.

We will be holding separate engagement sessions for organizations that serve diverse populations and community members from equity groups.

Capacity Funding ($21 per hour) will be provided to support low-income individuals and organizations with low capacity where it helps reduce barriers to participation. The option will be available at registration.