Shuswap Climate Action is a non-profit, non-partisan group of volunteers and concerned citizens providing information and community support for climate action in the North Okanagan - Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada.

Shuswap Perspectives


Check out  what local residents are thinking, advice from specialists and information to help you address life with climate change.


Climate News & Newsletters


Find links to news articles, sign up for our newsletters and find old newsletters here. We share credible information to keep you up to date on what's new and interesting.


Resources & Links

We have posted links to information on climate-related research, reports and tools of interest  to the community around the North Okanagan-Shuswap.  


Town Hall for Climate Action in the Shuswap

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We recorded our virtual

Town Hall for Climate Action in the Shuswap with guest speaker Brett Favaro, a marine biologist, researcher and author of “The Carbon Code: How You Can Become a Climate Change Hero”.

Topics covered:

  • complexity of climate science;

  • importance of acting on climate change;

  • know your carbon footprint; and,

  • getting involved in tackling the climate crisis.

Disclaimer: Shuswap Climate Action is a non-partisan organization but we enthusiastically support any political party and/or candidate sincerely advocating for real, urgent climate action.

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There has never been a better opportunity to get active!
Shuswap Climate Action wants to spread the word but we need your help!
Please support our efforts by renewing your existing membership for 2022,
or signing up as a member and let us know if you would like to volunteer.
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Shuswap Climate Action acknowledges we are on the unceded and unsurrendered

traditional lands of Secwépemc Nation.