This workshop brings local and regional governments, health sector representatives, and community partners together to learn about why and how communities can integrate sustainability planning, processes and projects with efforts to foster community health and well-being. Drawing on inspiring examples, local case studies, and practical tools, participants will:
- Work together across sectors to develop a shared understanding about the intersection of community sustainability, health and well-being, and the benefits of “joined-up” thinking and action
- Explore the local health and sustainability trends
- Identify local opportunities for collaborative and joint action to improve community sustainability, health and well-being
- Learn about practical resources, tools, and data to create more informed strategies and policies.
Salmon Arm – October 2, 2014
Sechelt – November 25, 2014