Let’s Keep the Heat on 24 Sussex Renovation…Because It’s 2016

Last fall, Sierra Club Canada Foundation floated an audacious plan to rebuild the Prime Minister’s official residence at 24 Sussex Drive as a net-zero energy heritage retrofit.

Sierra’s Graham May Wins Top Environmentalist Under 25

By Deirdre King, Board Member, SCCF

Sierra board member Graham May has been named Canada’s Top Environmentalist Under 25 by Starfish Canada, an organization that supports environmental, solutions-based stories across the nation, with a focus on youth-based initiatives.

What Christian did

$15, $25 or even $50 would go a long way to help to make sure that the Sierra Club Canada Foundation can continue the vital work they do to protect Canada's environment.

Good people doing good work

No mother should ever have to consider crossing a treacherous highway with her little ones in tow. 

That’s exactly what Charlie Richmond and the Sierra Edmonton Group thought when they took on a project that would see a wildlife underpass built beneath a busy arterial road.

From Our Families to Yours

We just wanted to reach out to you today to say thank you.

Thank you for your commitment to making our world better, healthier and safer for all. Because it matters. Because you care.

Thank you for your deep concern that our children and grandchildren will inherit this country and the world beyond our borders in good shape.

Statement on the Signing of the Paris Agreement

The climate agreement signed in Paris today by representatives of 195 countries is an important milestone on the road to a future without fossil fuels.

Mississauga Welcomes the Urban River Greenbelt at Last! Is this the Start of a Trend?

The City of Mississauga Council voted unanimously to approve city staff’s Urban River Valley Greenbelt Report and forward it to Peel Region for approval and application to Ontario’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH). Years in the making, Mississauga has taken the big step to join the Ontario Greenbelt.

‘Canada is Back’, But the Devil is in the Details

"Canada is back, my friends,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared again Monday, in his speech to the opening plenary of the United Nations climate summit. But as negotiators from 190 countries make their way through the ponderous, technical process of wordsmithing a make-or-break global agreement to control climate change, it’s becoming clear that the devil is in the details.

Canada is Broiling. Premiers Know It. Now It’s Up to Us.

Eleven of Canada’s 13 provincial and territorial premiers were in Ottawa Monday for a climate science briefing and four-hour working dinner with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Your Eyes and Ears on Climate Change

The Energy Mix is a thrice-weekly Canadian e-digest on climate change, energy, and the low-carbon future. During the UN climate change negotiations in Paris November 30-December 11, they’ll be publishing every day.

For 28¢ per day, The Energy Mix can be your eyes and ears on climate change. And your subscription includes a generous contribution to Sierra Club Canada Foundation: