Transportation in a Time of Climate CrisisA Four-Part Webinar Series
Transportation in a Climate Crisis #4: Carsharing, EVs, and Urban Freight
This Webinar was held June 8th, 4:00 PM
We wrap up our series on Transportation in a Time of Climate Crisis by looking at Carsharing, Electric Vehicles, and Urban Freight. Using these means, combined with great transit; great walking, cycling and rolling; and complete communities, we can eliminate much of transportation’s climate impact, while reducing the amount of traffic on our streets and creating more space for people.
Our guests were John Stonier, CEO Electric Advantage, Past President of VEVA; Patrick Nangle, CEO of Modo Carshare; Joel Gibb from Shift Delivery Cargo Bikes; and Guy Dauncey, Co-Chair of WE-CAN. Our MC was Iona Santos-Fresnoz, who works with the Immigrant Employment Council of BC, and is an Ambassador for MODO.
Webinar #3: Complete Communities
This Webinar was Held Wednesday May 25th, 4:00 PM
Complete communities, also known as urban villages or 15-walkable cities, are compact walkable neighborhoods where most services and activities are easy to reach without driving.
Our panelists were Christine Lintott – Victoria-based architect who practices community, building and product design across the province – and Todd Litman – founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute, an independent research organization dedicated to developing innovative solutions to transport problems. Our MC, Dean Murdock, is a former three-term municipal councillor (District of Saanich) and regional district board director (Capital Regional District).
Webinar #2: Great Walking, Cycling and Rolling
This Webinar was Held Wednesday April 13th, 4:00 PM
We continue our webinar series with the need for great cycling, walking and rolling, both urban and rural. Our guest speakers are Trish Dehnel, community planner, active with the Castlegar-Nelson Active Transportation Corridor Team; Iona Bonamis, Senior transportation planner, and Thomas Thivener, Active Transportation Lead with Watt Consulting. Our MC is Mona Dahir, Road Safety EIT with the City of Surrey.
You can also sign our petition demanding the provincial government establish a plan to achieve BC’s 2030 active transportation mode share targets, and to increase the provincial Active Transportation program funding to $100 million annually,
Webinar #1: Great Public Transit – Urban and Rural
This Webinar was Held Wednesday March 9th, 4:00 PM
The first of a four part webinar series entitled “Transportation in a Time of Climate Crisis”
We start this webinar series with the need for great transit, both urban and province-wide, with guest speakers Chief Judy Wilson, from the BC Union of Indian chiefs, and Eric Doherty, a Victoria-based transportation planner. Our MC is Tara Howse, co-founder of the BC Climate Alliance, based in Rossland BC.
You can also sign our petition demanding the provincial government build a safe, reliable, affordable, publicly owned-and-operated inter-community bus service network for the benefit of all BC communities.