The Yukon Climate Change Adaptation Forum was a virtual event that combined panels, breakout groups, speakers, and other activities to engage participants in exploring and developing climate strategy. The event required a robust platform to accomodate a variety of remote groups of participants and facilitators (nearly 100 total participants), private/semi-private chats and break-out groups, virtual engagement and participation tools (including illustration, voting, document sharing, etc.), and a number of active channels of live streaming and chat.
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