Striving for humility, we’ll widen our circle by listening to—and learning from—different points of view and centring the voices of those most impacted by the climate crisis. Wherever possible and invited, we’ll work with Indigenous peoples, rural communities, networked groups, and marginalized communities.
We’ll deepen our engagement with communities through relational organizing, meaningful storytelling, and nurturing leadership for climate action and community resilience. Finding common ground in the climate crisis is essential and we’ll strive for this in our communications.
While continuing to connect children with nature through environmental education, we’ll increase our support of youth to become effective climate advocates and nurture a culture of respect for the interdependence of all living beings.
We’ll maintain a focus on protecting ecosystems and old-growth forests, strong climate policy, leaving fossil fuels in the ground and advocating for a just transition to a sustainable, resilient economy. We’ll increase our emphasis on supporting Indigenous-led conservation and areas key for food and fresh water. While continuing to base our place-based and policy campaigns strongly in science, we commit to balancing this with other ways of seeing and knowing.
Lastly, we’ll continue to strengthen our ability to do this work through commitments to financial sustainability, a culture of learning, accountability and adaptive planning.