Author: CCM

Imagine Lachine-East

Imagine Lachine-East

Educating the public about the need for the sustainable development on the future site of Lachine East as a model Eco-district Working with local partners (including municipal leaders) to make the responsible and ecological development of Lachine East a priority

Montreal, Blue community

Montreal, Blue community

The objective of this project is for Montreal to become a Blue Community, with a community framework that recognizes water as a common good. The Blue Communities project began with the Council of Canadians, and here in Quebec it is

My 2nd wish

My 2nd wish

My 2nd wish – a donation for the climate aims to create recycled greeting cards. The project consists of creating recycled greeting cards to collect donations for the climate. The proceeds from the sale of these cards will go to

Solar Energy Maps Canada

Solar Energy Maps Canada

This page  contains a complete set of solar energy maps (also called solar insolation maps, solar photovoltaic maps, and solar irradiance maps), along with the estimated monthly solar production for every province and territory in Canada.

Lachine-Est summit

Lachine-Est summit

The eco-neighbourhood of today, the city of tomorrow Are you concerned about the future of your city? Just like climate change? France has been running its national “Ecoquartier” programme for a decade now, designed to bring together civil society, developers

Montréal, vegan city

Montréal, vegan city

Montréal, ville végé is a project of the Association Végétarienne de Montréal (AVM) that seeks to convince the city to officially position itself in favour of vegetarianism, veganism and veganism. The AVM is currently looking for volunteers to support this

Coalition 4th anniversary

Coalition 4th anniversary

On Saturday, February 23rd, the Montreal Climate Coalition celebrated its 4th anniversary. More than 75 people gathered to attend presentations on the activities of the Coalition and various Montreal groups involved in climate action. In opening, Pierre Lessard-Blais, Mayor of