Grey Bruce Climate Action Network supports regional action to both mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change. We share resources, strategies, and lessons learned, and come together when a regional voice or regional action is needed.
Network member groups include Climate Action Teams (CATs) in eight Grey and Bruce communities: Blue Mountains, Georgian Bluffs, Grey Highlands, Meaford, Northern Bruce Peninsula, Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores, and West Grey, plus two more in Simcoe County: Collingwood and Wasaga Beach.
We use a two-pronged collaborative approach: citizen engagement and municipal leadership. We believe that working together with shared responsibility has the best chance of protecting our communities and mitigating the transforming impacts climate change will bring to our natural assets.
In our second full year of operation, we made gains in our collective work to engage both municipal leadership and the public in climate change learning, mitigation, adaptation, and engagement.
Stay tuned for our 2022-2023 Annual Report.
Climate change is now affecting every country on every continent. And the global temperature is still rising. There is still a window of opportunity to limit climate change, but only if we take unprecedented action immediately. Everyone needs to be involved, including governments, businesses, communities, and individuals. Take action to transform our world.UN Sustainable Development Goal 13: Taking Climate Action
See the list below to find your municipality contact. Don’t see one in your municipality? Contact us to start your own.
Sep 13, 2023
August 18-22, 2023 Seven GBCAN volunteers staffed an information booth at Summerfolk’s Community Village. Big…
May 30, 2023
on June 5 at 7pm at Harmony Centre in Owen Sound Celebrate the environment with local…