2022-2026 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Public Consultation

2022-2026 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Public Consultation

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Join us for an informative webinar. Your feedback is important in the effort to put Canada on the road for sustainable development!

About this event

Join us for the public consultation on the draft 2022 – 2026 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS), which sets out the Government of Canada's sustainable development priorities, establishes goals and targets, and identifies actions to achieve them.

The FSDS brings together all major environmental initiatives, such as Canada's Strengthened Climate Plan, the Canada-wide Zero Plastic Waste Action Plan, and the Greening Government Strategy, into one place.

Your feedback on the strategy is important! Please Join us for an informative webinar to learn more about advancing sustainable development in Canada! Let's work together to make this a better world. It's that simple.


Gail Haarsma

Director in the Sustainability Directorate of Environment and Climate Change Canada

Gail Haarsma she is currently responsible for the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy and Progress Report as well as implementing the Federal Sustainable Development Act. She has more than 30 years of consultation and engagement experience both inside the federal government and in the private sector and has been with Environment and Climate Change Canada for 12 years.

Tina Cobb

Manager , Stakeholder Relations, Environment and Climate Change Canada Sustainable Development Office

Tina Cobb is the Manager, Stakeholder Relations at Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Sustainable Development Office. Prior, she led the Partnerships team at the Sustainable Development Goals Unit at Employment and Social Development Canada where she managed the SDG Funding Program. Tina brings 14 years of Government experience in strategic partnership work and international climate change communications and policy. She is passionate about social impact, the environment, and breaking down organizational silos to make collaboration happen. She can often be found participating in discussions to help champion action on the Sustainable Development Goals in Canada.


After the featured presentations, we will also have some (virtual) casual networking time to reconnect and meet fresh faces with other women and allies in the sector from across Canada.

This event consists of:

1. Opening remarks and introductions

2. Presentations from our guest speakers

3. Q&A with our guest speakers

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