Collective impact is structured form of collaboration which brings together different sectors to solve large complex social problems. This knowledge-exchange explores how CUSP members and partners implement the collective impact framework for cultivating community capacity towards local climate action initiatives.

Part 1: Introduction to Collective Impact

This conversation led by Liz Weaver, Co-CEO of the Tamarack Learning Centre, is an introduction to the preconditions and conditions for Collective Impact (CI), particularly in the context of equitable climate action.


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