Canadian local groups organize events, go on picket lines, and talk to regional officials. As well, many groups interact with local organizations, volunteer firefighter groups.

There are annual events at Canadian schools and universities where we ask young people what needs to be done to improve the climate. Young Canadians are among the most concerned about climate change.

  • Our organization participated in demonstrations and events in Canadian cities and provinces to improve the building sector. It entitles us to create gentler construction phases that do not negatively impact the environment. The National Plan calls for a deep energy modernization (energy savings of 25 to 50 percent) of 30 percent of housing stock by 2030. Consequently, all new construction will be virtually energy-free by 2030.
  • Framework Convention on Climate Change. UN conference COP26 is held in Glasgow, Scotland. In addition to government delegations, the COP is also attended by thousands of representatives of civil society organizations from around the world. Discussions focused on carbon regulation, the timing of renewal of emission reduction commitments, and support for vulnerable countries.
    The adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2015 has already produced concrete results: the cost of “clean” energy has fallen significantly, the financial sector is withdrawing from investments in new fossil energy projects, and the world’s countries have set a goal of phasing out the use of lignite and hard coal and internal combustion engines.
  • The EIA unveiled a critically crucial new paper. International Energy Outlook, where our organization was present.
    The results of the EIA World Energy Outlook 2020-2050 (baseline scenario), and EES EAEC calculations include:
    • Macroeconomic indicators (population, gross domestic product, energy efficiency indicators, including Kaua identity);
    • Installation and implementation of electric power complexes, including forecasts of development of thermal energy, renewable energy sources, nuclear power for the whole world (including over 220 countries), as well as the largest countries of the world: Brazil, Canada, China, India, Russia, USA, South Korea, Japan and the OECD countries of Europe;
  • Every year in every city and town in Canada, demonstrations call upon all people to pay attention to a cleaner environment and greenery. Through these demonstrations, we also encourage everyone to join our community and volunteer to create groups on the Internet, sharing our interest in protecting the environment and the ecology.
  • Also, every year we organize sports events, festivals on the theme of environmental protection. Furthermore, everyone willing contributes symbolic amounts of money as a donation, which then goes into the development and modernization of the necessary conditions to improve the climate.

Canada has a very high life expectancy, which depends largely on the environment, and the average income of the population. A third of all income for Canadians comes from environmental activities. The following are significant developments in Canada’s climate solution.

  • Canada was the first country to sign the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Global Ozone Layer in June 1986.
  • In 1995-97, the UN called Canada the best country in the world for human habitation.
  • Press conference on the nearest legislative plans of the government of the Canadian province of Ontario. Environment Minister Leona Dombrowsky has introduced a bill establishing a fee for the use of fresh water from rivers, lakes, streams and groundwater sources for commercial purposes. Ontario is thus the first Canadian province to establish such a fee.
  • National program “Green Plan” of Canada event. It provides such areas of environmental protection as protection of the atmosphere, water and soil; ecologically balanced use of renewable natural resources.
  • The Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. A COP has taken place every year since 1995.
  • The Kyoto Protocol is an agreement to regulate greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. Following Canada’s commitments under the Kyoto Protocol, Environment Minister David Anderson announced the introduction of a mandatory reporting system for businesses on the amount of greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere.
  • Canada’s Water Resources Act. The purpose is to ensure the competent use of freshwater resources. Under the Constitution Act, provinces are “owners” of water resources and have broad responsibilities in their day-to-day management.
  • The Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act of Canada supports and promotes the protection, improvement and wise use of the environment.
  • Global net-zero emissions meeting. In partnership with the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC), where Prime Minister Trudeau joined world leaders for a high-level panel discussion on the important role of carbon pricing in achieving global net-zero emissions.
  • The COP summit in Glasgow allocated $12 billion, forest-related climate change funding from 2021 to 2025.
  • The Canadian Chemical Manufacturers Association regularly consults with the government on environmental issues such as preventative measures and climate change. The association has signed several memorandums aimed at reducing chemical emissions as part of its “responsible care” initiative.
  • Hundreds of thousands join Canada climate strikes marches across Canada, with almost 100 events planned in cities and towns. The movement wants world leaders to adopt ambitious climate change policy.
  • Quebecers march in Montreal to demand better action on climate change with the demand for intersectional climate justice.