Invitation to join

Are you a LiveSmart Leader?

Thank you for your interest in the LiveSmart Leaders Community - a network of people from around the province that are dedicated to solving the challenges of climate change and sustainability in their personal and professional lives. If this sounds like you, we encourage you to join. 

Here's how:

  1. Click Sign Up to create an Igloo account and request access to our community. [Note: Igloo is currently addressing issues with the registration process involving unreasonably difficult Captcha tests. If you are unable to complete that part of the process, please inform Heather Bauer.] 
  2. Email with the following information:
    • The relevant organization you are a part of (if any) and your role.
    • Where in BC you are located.
    • A brief description of your interest in climate action.
  3. Complete your community profile once your request is approved.

Before you start this process, please make sure you are comfortable with the terms of use and moderation policy.

Again, thanks for your interest!

Heather Bauer

Community Manager & Senior Climate Action Analyst, Climate Action Secretariat, Province of British Columbia

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Events Calendar

Events related to sustainability and climate change posted by LiveSmart Leaders from around the province.

LiveSmart BC Public Blog

July 30, 2014

Invitation: Engage tech experts in global fight against climate change #Hac…

Working with leading NGOs, government and UN experts, scientists, and businesses, #HACK4GOOD teams will collaborate intensively for 48 hours to build projects addressing challenges posed on three broad themes - Climate Awareness, Climate Adaptation and Climate Action.

Help us identify problem statements for them to solve - for your business, organization, community or the world! Submit your draft problem statement by AUGUST 15th!

July 14, 2014

Government expands programs to help customers lower energy costs

Premier Christy Clark has announced that government, in partnership with BC Hydro and FortisBC, is expanding energy-efficiency programs to help customers, particularly those on low-incomes, reduce their electricity and gas bills.

May 29, 2014

Report on Connecting Canadian's with Nature: a worthwhile investment

The Canadian Parks Council has examined the research that illustrates the impact of the nature-deficit disorder upon society. This report describes what we know about the health benefits that come from a connection to nature, and how parks can play a role.

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