The Climate Reality Leadership Corps
Get trained and become a Climate Reality Leader
Work with former US Vice President Al Gore and renowned climate scientists and communicators to learn about what’s happening to our planet and how you can use social media, powerful storytelling, and personal outreach to inspire audiences to take action.
Give us three days. We’ll give you the tools to change the world.
Community Climate Hubs
Act at the municipal level. Join or start your local Hub.
Join an existing Chapter or create one of your own in order to lead climate action on your campus. The Campus Corps program equips students to create sustainable campuses, to bring academic institutions to divest from fossil fuels, and to integrate climate justice in schools’ curriculums.
The NCL is an exercise in participative democracy, highlighting local solutions that help improve the lives of everyday Canadians and sets Canadian municipalities on a path to carbon neutrality by 2050. To quantify those positive impacts and #MeasureWhatMatters, The Climate Reality Project Canada tracks progress on 30 indicators across our 23 Hub cities.
Every person makes a difference. Personal commitment and small changes in your daily life, combined with those of other citizens, can have a great impact and will contribute to reaching our global objectives!
Here are some great online resources...
A challenge that asks you to spend 30 minutes a day in nature for 30 days to kick-start a nature habit that lasts year-round.
Tips on everything from reducing your carbon footprint at home to planning a carbon neutral wedding.
Green Communities Canada provides information on certified home auditors and grants for home retrofits.
Guidance and resources for the key activities that make up a greenhouse gas management program, including measuring, reducing, and offsetting emissions, and developing a communications strategy around the program.
IPCC assessments provide a scientific basis for governments at all levels to develop climaterelated policies, and they underlie negotiations at the UN Climate Conference – the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Produced the document "Greening the Way Ontario Learns: A Public Strategic Plan for Environmental and Sustainability Education" - Canada's first province-wide plan for environmental literacy.
Offer high quality Environmental Learning and Sustainability programs that actively engage Canadian elementary and secondary school students.
The Climate Reality Project Canada’s (CRPC) office is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg Nations. CRPC honours, recognizes and respects these Nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we are today.