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Steve Winkelman
17:57
Steve Winkelman, Ottawa Climate Action Fund
Andrea Hedley
18:00
Hello everyone! I'm Andrea Hedley from Renewable Cities @ SFU.
Leslie Alden
18:04
Leslie Alden, ED, DRAWDOWN Bay Area, San Francisco
Therese Dorau (KLA)
18:04
Hi! Therese Dorau from South Bend Indiana. Climate Communications & Engagement consultant with Kim Lundgren Associates.
Dianne Saxe
18:07
Dianne Saxe Green Party Ontario https://votefordianne.ca/endorsements
Brittany White
18:08
Hi everyone - Brittany White, working with Nova Scotia Environment and Climate Change
Rose Gwynn
18:09
Rose Gwynn, GreenFaith, Communications. FL, USA
Alex Lidstone
18:11
Hi Everyone, Alex Lidstone from Climate Caucus. Calling in from Treaty 7
Jemma De Leon
18:12
Hello! Jemma De Leon in Chicago, Climate Access
Tessa Soltendieck
18:16
Hello! Tessa from Environmental Defence Canada, here in Treaty 13 territory (Toronto),
Emma Bider
18:17
Emma Bider, Communications Coordinator Climate Legacy, on unceded Algonquin territory Ottawa
Cathy Orlando
18:18
Cathy Orlando, Citizens' Climate International and joining from Robinson Huron Treaty territory (Sudbury)
Susan Bakshi
18:18
Susan Bakshi, Toronto350 & ClimateFast
Ray Nakano
18:20
Ray Nakano from ClimateFast in Tkaronto
Kirk Grayson
18:24
I'm with the Maple Ridge Climate Hub, on traditional territory of the Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations in BC.
Roland Montpellier
18:26
Hi Everyone - Rolly Montpellier from Below2C based in Ottawa
Jennifer Lukianchuk
18:28
Hi everyone! Jennifer Lukianchuk from the District of Central Saanich.
Laurie Friskie
18:28
Laurie Friskie Nanaimo Climate Action Hub in the unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation
Olathe MacIntyre
18:28
Olathe MacIntyre, Science North, Sudbury, N’Swakamok, we are on the traditional and ancestral lands of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek and Wahnapitae First Nation
Envision Optical
18:28
Theresa Beer, David Suzuki Foundation, Vancouver
Kendall Anderson
18:29
Hi all, Kendall Anderson from the Pembina Institute
Émilie Campbell-Renaud
18:30
Émilie - The Climate Reality Project Canada - joining from Tiohtià:ke/Montreal
Andreas Scherlofsky
18:30
Hi, Andreas Scherlofsky, University of Vienna, Sustainability Communication
Kirsten MacMillan
18:30
Hello! Kirsten MacMillan joining from the Climate Risk Institute in Toronto
Adrienne Beattie
18:31
Adrienne Beattie, Climate Change Program, City of Calgary
Patricia Grand
18:34
Patricia Grand NCAH Nanaimo/Ladysmith on Vancouver Island
Natasha Edmunds
18:35
Morning! Montana Burgess (she/her/they/them), West Kootenay EcoSociety, on unceded Sinixt land
Ruth Midgley
18:35
Ruth Midgley, Climate Action Program at the Capital Regional District (southern Vancouver Island)
Mitchell Beer
18:36
Mitchell Beer, Energy Mix Productions, based in Ottawa (unceded Algonquin Anishnaabe territory)
Ann Baran
18:38
Good morning. I'm Ann Baran from the Southern Alberta Group for the Environment
Lina Forero
18:39
Hello. Lina Forero, Communications Manafer at Indigenous Clean Energy. Montreal
Susan Wood
18:39
Susan Wood, from traditional lands and waters of Swinomish, Samish, and Skagit people. Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in NW Washington State.
Sophie Baysarowich
18:41
Sophie - Environmental Initiatives Web/Office assistant from Sudbury Ontario
Aurora Tejeida
18:44
Hi everyone, Aurora coming in from unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples–-Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh & Musqueam First Nations (Vancouver)
Gail Morton
18:45
Good morning from Nuu chah nulth unceded lands also known as Port Alberni, BC. I work with Alberni Climate Action and Community Climate Circles.
Laura Sacks
18:46
Laura Sacks, Community Climate Hub, near Nelson BC, traditional territory of Sinixt
Charlotte Y
18:47
Greetings from the traditional kayapuya lands. Capacity and leadership builder for environmental and climate groups
Alexis Stoymenoff
18:48
Alexis Stoymenoff from West Coast Environmental Law. Joining from Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Territories
Nicolina Farella
18:49
Bonjour, Nicolina Farella, Fondation McConnell
Natasha Edmunds
18:49
Hey everyone! I’m Maya from the West Kootenay EcoSociety. Listening from unceded Sinixt territory
Sabrina Bowman
18:51
Good morning! Sabrina Bowman from Ryerson Leadership Lab (soon to be renambed) in Toronto, on the traditional territory of Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples
Andrea Harden
18:51
👋🏻 Andrea Harden, Senior Strategist with MediaStyle on unneeded Algonquin Territory (Ottawa) here
Jess Harris
18:53
Hello - Jess Harris from Ivey Foundation and The Transition Accelerator - in Newfoundland
Laurie Parkinson
18:58
Hi everyone, Laurie Parkinson from Vancouver, BC, Canada, on unsceded Squamish, Tseil-Waututh and Musqueam Territory.
Jamie Kirkpatrick
19:00
Hello All, Jamie Kirkpatrick, Blue Green Canada, Treaty 6 AKA Saskatoon
Danielle Civitillo
19:04
Hi folks. I'm Danielle Civitillo, product owner at KLA joining from Massachusetts
Paige Gorsak
19:05
Paige Gorsak with Dogwood BC, calling from unceded Musqueam Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territory (Vancouver BC)
Beverly deVries
19:06
Hello all, Beverly deVries of the RRU Climate Action & Sustainability Team here. Joining from the unceded lands of the W̱SÁNEĆ today.
Louise Comeau
19:07
Louise Comeau, Director Climate Change and Energy Solutions, Conservation Council of New Brunswick
Maria Granados
19:11
Public opinion roll up: https://climatenarratives.us10.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b875f28558b977d816bd49362&id=ccb65de663&e=552a1e6fdfMedia analysis: https://mcusercontent.com/b875f28558b977d816bd49362/files/dd8bca8f-2e97-f498-bad7-0319f4b59c49/Media_Analysis_Report_01d.pdfMessage testing: https://bit.ly/3puzC37
Shannon Kaplun
19:20
Shannon Kaplun | City of Richmond BC | Sustainability -
Thea Silver
19:20
Hi everyone - Thea Silver with Environment Funders Canada
Emily Faulkner
19:25
Hello - Emily Faulkner from Clean Foundation - Dartmouth, NS
Pat Letizia
19:30
Greetings to all. Pat Letizia with Alberta Ecotrust Foundation in Calgary/Treaty 7 Territory
Sarah Nason
19:37
Hi all! I am Sarah Nason from the Pembina Institute. I am in Edmonton/Amiskwaciwaskahikan, Treaty 6 Territory 🙂
Seth Klein
19:46
Hello. Seth Klein here from the Climate Emergency Unit
Micah Parkin
19:48
Micah Parkin, 350 Colorado
Helena Cynamon
20:01
Hi everyone, I’m Rika Inocalla from Vancouver BC, currently in San Diego. Currently a young marketer looking to help accelerate the regenerative narrative
Ozit Bittner
20:03
Ozit (Oh-zeet) Bittner - Partners In Project Green - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Julia Zado
20:11
Hi Everyone! I’m Julia from FarmFolk CityFolk joining from the unceded core traditional territory of the Kwikwetlem First Nation, commonly known as Coquitlam.
Steven Cretney
20:12
Steven Cretney, in Nelson BC (the unceded traditional territory of the Ktunaxa, the Syilx, and the Sinixt peoples). www.nestlabnelson.ca
Lucy Duso
20:18
Lucy Duso, Metro Vancouver Regional District, and the shared territories of many Indigenous peoples including 10 local First Nations.
Beatrice Ekoko
20:29
Beatrice Ekoko, Faith & the Common Good national network, Canada
Mitchell Beer
20:36
A resource on climate content, more than content strategy: https://theenergymix.com
Michael Hoy
20:39
Angela Jiang City of Brampton
Katie Harper
20:45
Hi everyone. Katie Harper here from Project Neutral, based in Toronto/Tkaronto (Treaty 13 Territory). We’ve been running “Talk Climate To Me”, an online course for women-identifying people, so very much looking forward to this!
Maya Beauvineau
20:56
hello! I'm Maya from Colorado (land of the Ute, Arapahoe and Cheyenne along with many other native American nations!)
Josh Drozda
21:08
Hello everyone, Josh Drozda here on the traditional and unceded territory of the Sinixt Peoples, working with the West Kootenay EcoSociety.
Sarah Van Exan
22:18
Hi everyone. Sarah from GreenPAC in Toronto, traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat
Veronika Bylicki
22:29
Hi all, Veronika Bylicki here from CityHive (unceded Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Territories, or Vancouver)
Natasha Edmunds
22:46
Nice to run into you here Sarah! :)
Rita Bijons
23:52
Please adjust the Chat settings so we can copy links etc. Thanks!
Maria Granados
23:57
Public opinion roll up: https://climatenarratives.us10.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b875f28558b977d816bd49362&id=ccb65de663&e=552a1e6fdfMedia analysis: https://mcusercontent.com/b875f28558b977d816bd49362/files/dd8bca8f-2e97-f498-bad7-0319f4b59c49/Media_Analysis_Report_01d.pdfMessage testing: https://bit.ly/3puzC37
Maria Granados
24:23
polls from this fall: https://abacusdata.ca/climate-change-cop26-canada/https://abacusdata.ca/extreme-weather-climate-change-choices/
Thea Silver
24:26
Would be great if links could be compiled and shared with attendees afterwards?
Maria Granados
24:39
yes Theresa, absolutely!
Maria Granados
24:49
Thea*
Thea Silver
25:09
👍
Kathryn Trnavsky
26:49
Hi all - Kathryn Trnavsky here from CityHive - we're running a innovation lab focused on climate communications - joining from unceded Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil - Waututh Nation lands. Nice to connect with you all today!
Ruth Kamnitzer
27:21
are these statistics available anywhere - very interesting and relevant
Cara Pike
27:53
The stats are in the public opinion roll up Maria shared.
Maria Granados
27:55
hi ruth, yes you can find them in our public opinion report and in the links I shared
Cara Pike
28:01
We can share the deck too.
Susan Beharriell
29:07
Yes, please share it all! Thanks, Susan
Sarah Nason
29:50
Curious how the ‘environmentalist’ identity might differ among generations - do we see youth (under ~25) identifying with that more strongly?
Maria Granados
29:51
share the webinar recording, slide deck and relevant links after the webinar!
Maria Granados
30:03
we will*
Maria Granados
30:44
Rita, I am sorry I am unable to share the chat settings but I can follow up with you
Susan Beharriell
31:19
Many thanks! Susan
Patricia Grand
32:05
8% is dismal, it is no wonder governance doesn't address this issue enough. Humans seem to need to be affected personally by Climate problems.
Susan Beharriell
32:59
An elevator message?
Charlotte Y
33:50
Agree with Patricia. Really, 8%? We've been talking about these concerns for decades!
Dianne Saxe
34:11
I tell the story of pathways in my podcast https://saxefacts.com/green-economy-heroes-podcast/
Steve Winkelman
38:15
The "energy transition" framing seems too narrow and doesn't convey a compelling, attractive future. We also have to, for example improve our cities so that we are less dependent on driving.
Charlotte Y
39:34
Building on Steve's point: settlement design is huge, as is our consumerism. I understand that 2/3 of new vehicle sales are large fossil fuel users, i.e., SUVs and large trucks.
Ozit Bittner
39:43
I agree. I think it needs results oriented messaging with quantifiable instant gratification (or sooner than later) that help people see both the big picture as well as how it affects/improves their lives
Katie Harper
40:18
Yeah, we’ve seen a really strong response from Talk Climate To Me participants when we paint a positive possible vision of the future. They often tell us that they’ve never heard it put that way before (showing cities with green spaces, better health, justice etc.) They just haven’t been hearing those stories.
Ozit Bittner
41:04
Definitely. Doom and gloom can immobilize people and hope and excitement will often motivate them!
Eric Campbell
41:11
I find that people have a hard time connecting with “oil”. They don’t see themselves as burners of “oil”. It sometimes takes more explanation - “the gas and diesel in your car; the natural gas that heats your home”…
Charlotte Y
41:31
It's astounding, isn't it, Katie.
Katie Harper
41:34
that’s a good point, Eric.
Katie Harper
42:32
@Charlotte - yes! And the stories are out there, but we need to amplify them to help open up the imagination of what *could* be, to help people feel realistic hope
Bob Hawkesworth
43:10
I'm reading a great book on this very theme: "Hope Matters", Why Changing the Way we Think is Critical to Solving the Environmental Crisis by Elin Kelsey; Greystone Books
Sarah Nason
43:48
There’s a big case for investment, I think ppl may not realize that many big banks want to see companies with net-zero goals and plans and they won’t fund them if they don’t have a plan.
Steve Winkelman
44:46
Agreed that doom and gloom is not enough on its own -- love the economic, values and narrative framing -- BUT what can we learn from the COVID pandemic?? The risk of death and infecting others has been a big motivator for the vast majority of Canadians.
Beatrice Ekoko
45:01
Need to include climate as a justice issue, also Canada’s responsibility to Indigenous peoples, and commitment to TRC
Ozit Bittner
47:03
I wonder if the politicization of climate and covid have turned an environmental and health issue into something that it never needed to be - there are no "sides" and also the feeling that people have received mixed/poor messaging in the past and now feel lied to or distrustful of the message.
Charlotte Y
47:28
Yeah. That's why we need more diversity in our political system. Go, Dianne!
Steve Winkelman
47:45
Yes on the messenger. We need to swap messages and platforms (e.g., green groups and boards of trade) or we'll keep preaching to our own choirs.
Michael Hoy
49:05
Many messages delivered to educate people on climate change and taking action are mainly in English/French, but need to also focus on delivering messaging in multiple languages to be easily accessible
Kara Orr
49:10
was economy / jobs tested with Alarmed?
bev Agar
49:22
Thanks so much for this very helpful meeting from Bev in waabzheshiing (Waubaushene) Ontario!
Tessa Soltendieck
49:57
Hi there Kara Orr!!!
Helena Cynamon
51:12
For anyone looking for youths that want to be engaged, please feel free to contact me on LinkedIn or send me an email at rikainocalla@gmail.com. I’d love to know where I can fit in this mission :)
Katie Harper
52:50
@Helana, you might want to check out https://www.climateactionlab.ca
Gideon Forman
55:29
The 25% "alarmed" figure is huge. That's 9.5 MILLION Canadians!
Sabrina Bowman
56:09
YES deeper levels of engagement! Less social media posts, more deep canvassing :-)
Charlotte Y
56:35
Indeed, Sabrina. We talk about an engagement pyramid.
Natasha Edmunds
56:38
++ Sabrina 🙂
Rose Gwynn
56:47
@Gideon especially when you factor in "the activated minority"
Laurie Friskie
57:12
Thank you Gideon Forman! That's a wonderful thought to hold onto!
Ozit Bittner
57:43
Maybe an engagement circle with anyone jumping in wherever they are on that loop path until they start over again - keeping with the circular economy and recycling theme
Rose Gwynn
58:15
Public action from 3% of the population is empirically proven to create change.
Ozit Bittner
58:35
Just 3%? That's incredible.
Charlotte Y
58:39
Rose, can you provide a link to that research? Thx.
Colleen Lynch
58:52
And there’s a stat around 25% too, influencing social change in peers. And there are 25% alarmed.
Gideon Forman
59:07
Exactly, Rose. If we can mobilize even a fraction of the "alarmed" folks we can bring down emissions dramatically.
Gisela Ruckert
59:27
We are planning on running an online 7-week engagement process in the new year to offer support and a safe place to share concerns, based on Joanna Macy's Active Hope. Great format and easy to run. https://activehope.training/
Rose Gwynn
59:33
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190513-it-only-takes-35-of-people-to-change-the-world
Rose Gwynn
59:44
Pardon me; 3.5%
Kathryn Trnavsky
01:00:12
@helena - so important to have youth be a part of these conversations - that's what we're all about over at cityhive :)
Lucy Duso
01:00:16
thanks presenters - a wealth of information!
Sabrina Bowman
01:00:39
This has been incredibly helpful and insightful - thank you!
Laurie Friskie
01:00:39
Wonderful presentation! Thank you!
Helena Cynamon
01:00:45
@Kathryn: Would love to connect with CityHive!
Thea Silver
01:01:16
Don't preach :-)
Kathryn Trnavsky
01:01:31
@helena you can reach me at Kathryn@cityhive.ca
Marjorie Shepherd
01:01:31
Be humble in presentation of climate change facts :)
Fiona Hanley
01:01:31
Thanks so much. So useful !
Charlotte Y
01:01:33
Indeed, Thea! (hello).
Bob Hawkesworth
01:01:45
Is it a matter of not "shaming" the person you are speaking to?
Katie Harper
01:02:20
@Bob, yes, empathy is so important
Rose Gwynn
01:02:43
The hoarding and abuse of power is the main problem
Lydia Vandenbergh
01:02:49
Humility is key!
Kendall Anderson
01:02:49
Great points!
Rose Gwynn
01:02:54
Those in power must change
Helena Cynamon
01:03:13
@Kathryn will reach out after this webinar :)
Steve Winkelman
01:03:47
We need to link climate change to other high priority issues, such as housing affordability.(E.g., my op-ed, Location, location, location: How land use can tackle both the climate and housing crisis https://www.corporateknights.com/built-environment/15-minute-neighbourhood/)
Colleen Lynch
01:04:06
++Steve
Ozit Bittner
01:04:25
Someone needs to come up with a techno policy speak "use this word instead" dictionary
Kirk Grayson
01:04:27
Getting away from techno-policy speak. So true. My next step is to go directly to my website and scrub the jargon from it!
Susan Beharriell
01:04:30
Are there some samples of "elevator" messages to share?
Charlotte Y
01:05:02
Yes, indeed, Steve. 15minute neighbourhoods. When will we get there? We've been talking about these types of ideas for years.
Katie Harper
01:05:11
@Ozit — I think I’ve seen these in the past on Climate Access… but maybe could be updated
Patricia Lane
01:05:18
Steve Winkleman thanks for that link
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Rose Gwynn
01:05:31
++Steve; I'd add that climate justice & racial justice & gender justice are all interwoven as well; we need to connect those dots for people
Ozit Bittner
01:05:37
@Katie if you have a link - 😍
Dianne Saxe
01:05:40
Thank you @Charlotte !
Colleen Lynch
01:05:43
++Rose!
Rose Gwynn
01:06:22
i.e. no more virtue signaling
Dianne Saxe
01:07:27
for those in Ontario, the GPO Roadmap to Net Zero is all about a practical pathway, focussing on what we can do with what exists now and that would make daily life better https://gpo.ca/climate
Rose Gwynn
01:07:56
https://livingthechange.net/EN/time-for-living-the-changeHere is one opportunity
Charlotte Y
01:08:04
Doug McKenzie-Mohr does a lot of good work on behaviour change that may be helpful principles for clarifying that pathway.
Katie Harper
01:08:36
@Ozit, not handy but if I find one I will send it to you
Rose Gwynn
01:08:51
++ equity really important
Ozit Bittner
01:09:14
ozit.bittner@trca.ca if emailing offline - thanks!
Bob Hawkesworth
01:09:21
Does anyone have a good source for a carbon calculator in a Canadian context? A reference guide to help folks who want to understand their own impact? Where can we find resources to calculate a household carbon footprint/budget?
Katie Harper
01:09:46
Ecofeminism <3
Katie Harper
01:10:32
@Bob, our calculator at www.projectneutral.org is a canadian-based tool
Steve Winkelman
01:11:06
Ozit - we need to link affordability and climate efforts and messaging - e.g., EV car sharing and "missing middle" housing.
Katie Harper
01:11:15
Thank you Amber, Maria and Cara. Great, actionable insights, as always!There’s so much wisdom in this group of attendees, would love to ask for your help: “Talk Climate To Me” is designed with these comms insights in mind (focussing on women) and we’re had really great response from our first 2 cohorts.We would LOVE your help in reaching women-identifying people in “moveable middle”. Please reach out to me katie@talkclimatetome.ca if you have suggestions of networks/organizations we should connect with. (Or visit www.talkclimatetome.ca)Thanks everyone! Appreciate all the projects you’re all working on!
Lucy Duso
01:11:35
great discussion on the CBC yesterday suggesting avoiding 'don't eat meat' but instead lean into 'climatarian' approach. eg consider that cheese also requires cows milk, or the distance vegetables travel, or the GHGs to warm a greenhouse etc in the conversation. etc. not about guilt, but about choices and balance.
Helena Cynamon
01:12:04
@bob RE: carbon footprint - here’s an interesting read on the carbon footprint campaign: https://mashable.com/feature/carbon-footprint-pr-campaign-sham
Jake Miller
01:12:34
Hello, have to run but this has been such an incredible info-packed webinar! Thank you so much 😀
Kirk Grayson
01:13:02
When will the playbook be available and how will we get it? Can't wait!
Patricia Lane
01:13:05
There is a great new game coming out soon called solutions which uses Projecty drawdown to help players work together to make the best choices. Look for a profile on the inventor in Canada’s National Observer soon
Helen Ough Dealy
01:13:21
encourage individuals to use chaining behavior. small actions already taken can lead to a larger impact.
Rose Gwynn
01:13:22
Personal change can be an act of resistance; refusing to participate in systems of injustice, and can bolster one's confidence to take bigger action i.e. holding govts accountable
Patricia Lane
01:13:43
https://solutionsthegame.com/2021/04/26/developing-solutions/
Ozit Bittner
01:13:45
@steve - love it! PPG has some great things planned for our website and programs in 2022 - definitely reach out 👍
Bob Hawkesworth
01:14:18
Thanks, @Katie Harper.
Swelen Andari
01:14:19
This was so useful. Thank you so much
Katie Harper
01:14:21
@rose, helen and others.. yeah… it’s about how to use our personal actions to create ripples of systemic change. I liked the framing in this episode of How to Save a Planet: https://gimletmedia.com/shows/howtosaveaplanet/xjh53gn
Laurie Friskie
01:14:27
Fantastic! Thank you!
Colleen Lynch
01:14:27
Thank you everyone! Wonderful information.
Amandine Rambert
01:14:33
Thanks a lot, a lot of insights !
Carol Aziz
01:14:34
Great webinar!
Gideon Forman
01:14:34
Many thanks for this. Very useful!
Lydia Vandenbergh
01:14:38
MIT developed the EN road climate simulator: Main page: https://www.climateinteractive.org/tools/en-roads/The En-ROADS Climate Change Solutions Simulator is a tool to imagine what a proactive future that implements measures to mitigate climate change could look like. The simulator can be used as an individual thought exercise, incorporated into a role-playing game, or be a part of a larger workshop with your office.
Maria Granados
01:14:39
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtdOGvpjwsE910AFgLPsomOLAuiwsySacx
Vance McBride
01:14:40
Thanks so much for the wonderful presentation!
Bob Hawkesworth
01:14:44
Thanks to everyone on this call today! A wealth of helpful information.
Pat Letizia
01:14:44
Amazing as always. Thanks so much!
Helena Cynamon
01:14:47
Thank you Katie! Looking forward to watching this
Maria Granados
01:14:48
WORKSHOP: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtdOGvpjwsE910AFgLPsomOLAuiwsySacx
Ann Baran
01:14:48
Thank you for this excellent webinar!
Dianne Saxe
01:14:48
Thank you for this research and webinar
Ozit Bittner
01:14:48
This was wonderful - great conversation and presentation.
Rose Gwynn
01:14:51
Thank you, very helpful info!
Susan Beharriell
01:14:56
Well done all! Please share playbook with us!
Gisela Ruckert
01:15:02
Can I get others to attend the workshop, even if they haven't attended today?
Kathryn Trnavsky
01:15:05
such a great conversation - hope to see some one you next week
Josh Drozda
01:15:09
Thank you, this was very helpful!
Thea Silver
01:15:09
Thanks all!
Helen Ough Dealy
01:15:09
excellent webinar. I can see how I can use these ideas in new Zealand
Jemma De Leon
01:15:21
Thank you all!
Amanda Mitchell
01:15:24
thank you, that was excellent!
Cathy Orlando
01:15:25
Very helpful … thanks
Louise Takeda
01:15:26
Thanks very much - and look forward to the workshop next week and seeing the Playbook!
Alison Leduc
01:15:26
Excellent webinar. thanks so much
Émilie Campbell-Renaud
01:15:27
excellent webinar! thank you!
Steven Cretney
01:15:28
Thank you for hosting this webinar!
Natasha Edmunds
01:15:29
Amazing! Thank you so much for the great info and presentation!!
Maya Beauvineau
01:15:29
thank you!
Maria Granados
01:15:30
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XXL6JYR
Kat Middleton
01:15:30
Thanks! Your work is incredible!
Helena Cynamon
01:15:33
This was amazing, thank you everyone for being here and showing up today. Keep up the good work!
Gail Morton
01:15:33
Thank you, this is exactly what I needed.
Lydia Vandenbergh
01:15:34
Thanks to all! Excellent presentation and discussion
Charlotte Y
01:15:36
Thanks very much to all.
Alexandra Turnbull
01:15:40
Thank you, really appreciate you sharing this wealth of information and research - so so valuable!