What if we saw climate action as a good thing?

Not a sacrifice, not a cost, but an opportunity to create a better future.
The future we want, not the future we fear.

 

We'd tackle climate change differently -- understanding that the journey ahead is a long one, that it will start with simple steps, and that it will gain momentum over time.

We would help people take action in ways that improve their lives -- save money, reduce stress, create jobs, build communities, and increase our quality of life.

We would use that momentum to encourage governments to invest in our future -- in transit, green energy and conservation, a green economy, and complete communities.

We'd start by helping people take action -- in their own way, and for their own reasons.

We'd put people at the heart of our climate plans.

 


We'd use climate action as the opportunity to create the future we want.

 

50+ Ideas

We have a few ideas.

Ideas for engaging your community, ideas for government leadership, and ideas for organizations, companies, and funders. 

Ideas to help build a nation of climate leaders.

You can adapt and adopt any one of these ideas, or piece them together as part of a community engagement program.

Kick Your Campaign Into High Gear

Whether you are a community group, municipality, corporation, or a provincial government, Climate Action Canada has some simple ideas to strengthen your climate plan.

  • 1. Community Action: we've developed a low cost, but absolutely effective way to organize a community! A local climate action plan will showcase your community's commitment to action.
  • 2. The Climate Arrow: To help build a united climate movement, we have a simple icon. Use the climate arrow to show how your activities support a better, low-carbon future. Integrate the arrow into your artwork and branding.
  • 3. The Climate Action Campaign: Promote climate action throughout the community! Movement-based marketing is a unique approach that gets everyone involved.

There's room for everyone in climate action

Find out how you can be part of a national movement.

 

 

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