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Published on Apr 22, 2013
The Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project, mc-3.ca, organized a regional workshop that brought over forty climate leaders and champions from across BC to Royal Roads University's Centre for Dialogue to exchange information about the drivers of climate action and innovations occurring in the province. Moderated by Prof. Ann Dale, Canadian Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development, this event facilitated discussion and exploration on unique policy, technical, institutional and social climate innovations occurring in BC, and created a space for exchanging effective tools for encouraging climate action and sharing lessons among innovators, researchers and practitioners. These are the comments from workshop participants on the value of peer-to-peer learning exchanges.