Starting Conversations

We Equipt Communities with the Tools to Combat Environmental Issues and Start Productive Dialogues on the Environment.

We bring neighbourhoods, city officials, and activists together to discuss meaningful and practical strategies in combatting climate change and pollinator decline.

Our Definition of a Meaningful Conversation.

Environmental issues are terrifying if left alone. In almost every form of environmental education, we are taught about the alarming declines of animal populations, devastating effects of deforestation, and seemingly bleak future of our planet. When it comes to the remedies for these issues, however, we have little practical advice to share – painting these issues as inevitable. This discourages environmental activism among youth, whose attention and effort is key to combating the environmental plagues of the world. By starting conversations among city officials, community members, and other activists, we hope to shed light on pragmatic solutions to these environmental issues. 

“None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.”

– Mother Teresa


Through equipping cities and communities with the necessary tools to make a difference, we hope portray environmentalism not as an esoteric movement, but a practice that we all encounter in our everyday lives. Change Starts with YOU!

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:

Discussion with the Coquitlam Sustainability and Environmental Advisory Committee

June 25th, 2019 [7:00]

In this presentation, we’ll be covering reasons for pollinator population decline, human involvement, and simple practices Coquitlam residents can do to make a big impact. The council will be meeting in the Council Committee Room, located on the main floor of Couitlam City Hall.

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Delegation to the Surrey Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC)

May 29th, 2019 [6:00 pm]

In this presentation, we will be discussing pollinator decline and its role in agriculture. In addition, we will also be facilitating an inquiry into the relationship between wildflowers and pollinator habitat. Will be presenting in Surrey Civic Plaza, meeting room B.

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Motioning the Port Coquitlam Sustainability and Environment Committee


In this presentation, we will be meeting with the Port Coquitlam – a city that has already gone great lengths to stick up for pollinators – Sustainability and Environment Committee to motion the city to advocate against the pulling of weeds. We will also be conducting an inquiry into the role of herbicides.

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Do you want to advocate for pragmatic environmental responsibility and appear as a delegate to your city council?

Do you have the itch to change the world for the better? contact us via the form below to learn how you can represent The Pollinator Project as a delegate to your city’s environmental council.