Is your city resilient enough to cope with the upcoming hardships of energy and climate shocks? Are you interested in learning more about how to bring thoughtful and meaningful change to your family, neighborhood and community?
The Resilience Cycle – 5 evenings for positive change – has been organized with this in mind. The first four evenings will include films and discussions centered on topics essential to building resilience in cities: *Food, Housing, Transportation and Community*. The 5th evening will focus on putting together pragmatic local action plans for those wanting to move their neighborhoods and cities towards a more autonomous and self-reliant future.
Learn about the unprecedented challenges of *global energy supply* and *climate change* and *how to prepare* for the inevitable transformation we are all facing. Meet other Montrealers and learn about the positive and stimulating processes already underway in response to these challenges.
Where: *Main Film*, Métro Saint-Laurent, 4067 St-Laurent Blvd., Montreal
When? *Sunday, November 22nd* at 7 p.m.
Admission free, donations accepted
coffee and tea will be available; bring a mug.
- Post Carbone Montréal
- Montreal Permaculture Guild
The *Resilience Cycle* was organized to sensitize and bring together anyone interested in building a group or movement to help Montreal’s neighbourhoods become more resilient to the future challenges of peak oil and climate change.
This approach was inspired by the international citizen-based Transition movement which began in Ireland and England.
*Everyone is invited to participate* – young, old, rich, poor, healthy, sick, experienced or beginner on the transition movement. All gatherings are open to all, informative, fun and action-oriented. We hope to see you there!