The Alberta Climate Leaders program helps elected leaders advance low carbon and resilient solutions in their community.
We deliver a suite of programs to meet your needs:
- Practical tools
- Current research
- Peer networking
- Coaching and mentorships
Each resource will help you learn, plan and engage in climate action. Our resources focus on the integration of adaptation and mitigation to both minimize contradictory efforts and maximize the impact and co-benefits that can be received from a strategic, integrated approach.
Alberta Municipal Climate Leadership Council
Elected officials are invited to join the Alberta Municipal Climate Leadership Council (AMCLC), a network of peers who share an interest and commitment to climate action at the local level. The current cohort of the AMCLC has been running since September 2022.
If you have questions about the council, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alberta Climate Leaders Playbook
Coming April 2024
This guide outlines easily understood, compelling and standardized actions that are proven to turn the dial on energy and emissions. The Playbook draws on best practices and case studies from across Canada and is tailored into “Big Moves: specific for the Alberta context.”
Alberta Climate Action Planner
Coming April 2024
This free self-service tool allows elected officials and municipal staff to better understand their specific community’s emissions. With built-in quantification of the Playbook’s big moves, it’s a powerful visualization tool for informing climate action priorities and planning processes.
Staff Peer Networks
Coming Fall 2024
Municipal staff peer networks will:
- Provide administration with support to help identify shared priorities
- Create forums for sharing resources, peer and expert guidance
- Encourage regional and inter-sectoral collaboration