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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 Lori Watson.] 
  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!

Outreach and Engagement Team, Climate Action Secretariat, Province of British Columbia

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