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CEA Partnerships

In order to affect change, we have partnered with the following groups as part of our mandate to protect and enhance our local environment.

Green Energy Act

We need the Ontario Green Energy Act to propel Ontario into a leadership position in renewable energy, to reduce our pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and to create meaningful jobs for Ontarians.


Ontario Environment Network

The OEN is a non-profit, non-governmental network coordinating the efforts of over 500 Ontario environmental groups working towards and promoting protection of the environment.

Canadian Environmental Network

For thirty years, the Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN) has been facilitating networking between environmental organizations and others who share its mandate - To Protect the Earth and Promote Ecologically Sound Ways of Life.

Ontario Smart Growth Network

The Ontario Smart Growth Network brings provincial and community leaders together to help design compact and healthy communities -- places you'd be proud to call "home".

NWW

Nuclear Waste Watch / Action déchets nucléaires is a network of organizations concerned about high level radioactive waste and nuclear power in Canada.

Essex County Field Naturalists' Club

Essex County Field Naturalists' Club is a volunteer organization affiliated with Ontario Nature and the Canadian Nature Federation (CNF). The membership consists of people interested in nature and our local environment.


Climate Action Network

Climate Action Network Canada (CAN Canada) – Réseau action climat Canada (RAC Canada) is composed of member organizations committed to preventing dangerous levels of human interference with the global climate system, protecting environmental sustainability and public health, while upholding principles of just transition, equity and social justice.

Ontario Clean Air Alliance

The OCAA is a diverse, multi-stakeholder coalition of approximately 90 organizations including cities, health associations, environmental and public interest groups, public utilities, unions, faith communities and individuals.

Lake Erie Millenium Network

The Lake Erie Millennium Network's (LEMN) goal is to define and understand Lake Erie's most pressing problems, propose solutions, and track the changes.

Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training

The Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training has been funded since 1987 by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to develop, present and evaluate model worker training programs.

Ontario Water Conservation Alliance

The Ontario Water Conservation Alliance is a diverse coalition of environmental, industry, labour and community organizations as well as individual Ontarians who have launched a public campaign to ensure the provincial government includes a strong conservation and efficiency theme in the proposed Water Opportunities Act.

Detroit River Canadian Cleanup

The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup (DRCC) is a community-based partnership initiated in 1998 to cleanup, enhance, restore and sustain the Detroit River ecosystem. Partnerships within the DRCC aim to promote and implement the Remedial Action Plan to restore the Detroit River's beneficial uses with the ultimate goal of removing the Detroit River from the list of Great Lakes Areas of Concern.

WECEC

The Windsor-Essex County Environment Committee (WECEC) is a group of environmental-related organizations that meet monthly to ensure the ongoing health and stability of our local environment.

Green Prosperity

The CEA in conjunction with 23 of Ontario's leading environmental organizations have created Green Prosperity, an action agenda for the province, that we believe will help make Ontario a world leader in green practices and programs.

GIO

Green Infrastructure Ontario (GIO) Coalition is an alliance of organizations that share a common vision for a healthy, green Ontario where the economic, social, environmental and health benefits of green infrastructure are fully realized.


The Ontario Greenbelt Alliance is a watchdog and defender of Ontario's innovative Greenbelt. Their vision is to make the Greenbelt a valuable and permanent part of Ontario's landscape. The Alliance is coordinated by Environmental Defence.

Clean Economy Alliance

The Clean Economy Alliance is a group of over 50 organizations representing a broad cross-section of Ontarians that have united to urge Ontario to show leadership in addressing the crucial issue of climate change. Members of the Clean Economy Alliance have agreed to six principles that should guide Ontario’s climate change strategy and action plan.