Sustainability CoLab provides direct support and a proven approach for member organizations to launch and grow target-based sustainability programs for businesses. These programs build local networks of businesses that are setting and achieving sustainability goals, with a particular focus on reducing carbon emissions. Together with our members and partners, we are working towards shifting how businesses operate to make sustainability the norm.

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Check-out our 2014/15 Annual Report

CoLab’s first Annual Report was released on June 17, 2015 and is now available for download across all platforms. “While You Were Sleeping” tells the CoLab Story, highlights progress underway and illustrates the impact of the CoLab Network over the past year, and presents a vision for accelerating the low-carbon economy in Ontario.

Read or download the report here.

CoLab Connects 2015 is a wrap!

A big thank you to all those who attended CoLab Connects 2015 – our first annual network reception which took place on June 17th at Artscape Wychwood Barns (Toronto). The night was a great success, where hundreds from across the province celebrated the progress of our network and sparked inspiring conversations on how to accelerate the low-carbon economy. For a re-cap of this exciting event, click here.


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CLICK HERE TO ACCESS – COLAB CONNECT JULY EDITION In this issue: EnviroCentre launches new target-based sustainability program Carbon613 in Ottawa Niagara Sustainability Initiative hosts 4th Annual Evening of Recognition & welcomes new Executive Director The CoLab Network comes together in our first annual CoLab Connects Peer to Peer workshop The CoLab Video goes live If you […]

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A new sense of empowerment & collaboration from sub-nationals across the continent By Mike Morrice Typically, I’m not too interested in large meetings of political leaders discussing climate change. Time and again it’s been proven that gatherings of this kind don’t produce much of an outcome, and I’m disinterested in words without action. Having been […]

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