If we’re going to tackle the climate crisis, we need an ambitious plan — strong, measurable goals to take action, create jobs and leave no one behind.
Nova Scotia has set strong goals in the past. They allowed us to achieve our previous climate targets, created thousands of jobs, and build more than 100 community and Indigenous-owned renewable energy projects.
But there are currently no legislated climate and environmental goals past the year 2020.
Recently, the Nova Scotia government took the first step towards setting new goals – an online public consultation.
Until September 27, you can help shape Nova Scotia’s climate agenda.
Nova Scotians are already experiencing the impacts of climate change. It’s critical for the province to hear directly from communities---both online and through in-person public townhalls.
Strong, measurable climate goals are our best chance at addressing the climate crisis, creating thousands of jobs and strengthening the green economy in a way that ensures no one is left behind.
Let the provincial government know that Nova Scotia wants new, ambitious, inclusive and bold climate goals.
You have until September 27th to make your voice heard. Tell the province what you want to see. Encourage them to hold in-person consultations in your area to ensure our goals are ambitious, inclusive, and based in justice.
Help shape Nova Scotia’s climate goals -- click to send a message to the province below.