• Title - How can I get Involved?

    You know our climate is changing. You want to make a difference. We'll show you how.

  • 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.

  • Campus Corps

    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 National Climate League

    The NCL is a data-driven, civic engagement project, 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!

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    Sort your waste

    Once you get into the habit of sorting your waste, it's easy to recycle paper, cardboard, bottles, etc., and to compost organic waste. This simple habit will help cut down greenhouse gas emissions from waste, and reduce overexploitation of resources.

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    Limit your air travel

    Consider other ways of communicating, such as videoconferencing and web broadcasting for work, and Skype to communicate with friends and family who live abroad. Instead of flying away for a vacation, consider local tourism.

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    Switch to clean energy

    If your public energy provider does not offer clean and renewable energy, you can purchase renewable energy certificates (REC). Purchasing RECs is the closest thing to using clean energy.

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    Know your food

    Consumption of local, organic, seasonal food and produce that are near the bottom of the food chain (fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes) will significantly reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, and are a great foundation for a healthy lifestyle.

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    Complete an energy audit of your home

    Local organizations are available in most regions to visit you and complete a free energy audit of your home.

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    Maximize the energy efficiency of your home

    Replacing your old home appliances for more recent, more efficient units that are “EnergyStar” certified, as well as replacing incandescent lightbulbs for compact fluorescent lightbulbs will improve the energy efficiency of your home and help you save on your monthly electricity bill. Always turn off the lights and unplug electronics that are not being used.

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    Go Carbon Neutral

    Even if you reduce, reuse and recycle, you will always have a carbon footprint – we all have one. The good news is that you can now join a community of individuals around the world who have chosen to become carbon-neutral.

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    Contact your elected representatives

    Your voice counts! Call or email your elected representatives. Write an article for your local or regional newspaper to get their attention. Let them know that you care about environmental issues and climate change, and that you are waiting for stronger action against climate change. Your age or expertise doesn't matter. What matters is that you care about this issue, and so should your elected representatives.

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    Choose low-carbon transport

    Whenever and wherever possible, walk, bike, carpool or take public transportation to get to work or to your daily activities. If you must use a car to get to work, choose an electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.


    Visit electricvehicles.ca for more information on different types of electric vehicles, government incentives, and the locations of charging stations.

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    Reduce emissions at work

    Businesses can save money and the environment with efficient greenhouse gas emissions management (measure, reduce, substitute).


    Download the free guide “Doing Business in a New Climate” by the David Suzuki Foundation.

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    Raise awareness

    Organize an event in your school, community or workplace for Earth Day (April 22nd), World Environment Day (June 5th)... or any other day, because every day counts.

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