Three leading Canadian environmental groups join forces to ensure a strong climate strategy for Canada
Yesterday, Environmental Defence, Équiterre and the Pembina Institute announced a new partnership to secure a new, ambitious climate strategy for Canada.
As the federal government is planning to dramatically reduce Canada’s carbon emissions and build a new and vibrant low-carbon economy, the three organizations have launched a collaboration plan to ensure Canada’s climate plan reflects our international commitment to reduce emissions consistent with a global temperature limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Together, the organizations will deploy their research, convening and public engagement capacities to build cross-sectoral support for ambitious policy reforms that can meet the scale of this challenge.
For more information about this new climate alliance, please see the press release.
Photo caption : Ed Whittingham, Tim Gray and Sidney Ribaux, executive directors of the he Pembina Institute, Environmental Defence and Équiterre, signing a new alliance for climate.
Photo : Sébastien Lavallée