The coming years will be a critical period for Ontario’s climate change efforts. The CEA, now over 100 members strong, boasts a diverse and growing membership of organizations who have united to urge Ontario to show leadership in tackling climate change and building a vibrant clean economy.

CEA members will receive the following benefits:

  • Opportunity to take part in workshops and working group meetings to discuss details of Ontario’s climate change strategy and programs with guest speakers from leading climate jurisdictions around the world.
  • Enhanced literacy and understanding of climate and energy policy in Ontario, and the benefits of climate action for your organization.
  • Connection to 100+ prominent Ontario businesses, industry associations, labour unions, farmers’ groups, health advocates, and environmental organizations to share strategies, best practices and more.
  • Opportunity to provide significant input into Alliance reports and submissions to government on the design of climate policy.
  • Attendance at the Annual Alliance summit event and Queens Park Reception.
  • Bi-annual Government relations with Provincial government and decisions makers.
  • Access to Clean Economy Alliance Webinars Series.
  • Research and Analysis: Preparation of reports and draft policy/regulatory/legislative submissions.
  • External communications coordination with media and press.
  • Opportunity to participate in member profiles on CEA website

Membership

Alliance members agreed to Strategic priorities and are governed by a Steering Committee composed of member organizations and key climate policy advisors. For more information on how to join the Clean Economy Alliance, contact us using the form below, or by emailing sbuchanan@environmentaldefence.ca.

The Clean Economy Alliance has a diverse and growing membership of organizations that have united to urge Ontario to show leadership in tackling climate change and building a vibrant clean economy.

Please note that Alliance members are subject to the following annual membership fees:

  • Volunteer organizations or organizations with less than $100,000.00 in revenue are exempt from an annual membership fee.
  • Organizations with revenue between $100,000.00 – $1,000,000.00 are subject to a $500.00 annual membership fee.
  • Organizations with revenue greater than $1,000,000.00 are subject to a $1000.00 annual membership fee.

Registration

The Clean Economy Alliance has a diverse and growing membership of organizations that have united to urge Ontario to show leadership in tackling climate change and building a vibrant clean economy.

Alliance members receive the following benefits:

  • Opportunity to take part in workshops and working group meetings to discuss details of Ontario’s climate change strategy and programs with guest speakers from leading climate jurisdictions around the world.
  • Enhanced literacy and understanding of climate and energy policy in Ontario, and the benefits of climate action for your organization.
  • Opportunity to provide significant input into Alliance reports and submissions to government on the design of climate policy.
  • Attendance at the Annual Alliance summit event and Queens Park Reception.
  • Bi-annual Government relations with Provincial government and decisions makers.
  • Access to monthly Clean Economy Alliance Webinars Series.
  • Research and Analysis: Preparation of reports and draft policy/regulatory/legislative submissions.
  • External communications coordination with media and press.