Climate Action Fund: highlights

The Climate Action Fund has opened a request for proposals under the new Climate Action and Awareness Fund.
Now open for applications until October 21, 2020.
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Climate Action Fund

Project highlights

Additional projects can be found in the News Releases section below.

Location Recipient Project description More details
Ontario
Windsor law students

The University of Windsor law students received funding to organize two conferences to train and engage youth and community builders on the legal and policy aspects of municipal climate change mitigation.

New climate action funding announced for Windsor law students
Ontario Science North Science North received funding to engage almost 3,000 Indigenous students and youth across Northern Ontario on climate change issues. New Climate Action Funding Announced for Science North
Yukon Assembly of First Nations Yukon Region The Assembly of First Nations – Yukon Region received funding to convene a gathering to bring together and empower First Nations to play a leading role in climate action in the Yukon. Government of Canada supports climate action by the Assembly of First Nations Yukon Region

News releases

2020 news releases
2019 news releases

Map of funded projects

Climate Action Map

A screenshot of the climate action map showing projects funded by the Government of Canada across the country to fight climate change.
Long description

This picture is a screenshot of the interactive climate action map. The interactive map highlights projects funded by the Government of Canada across the country to fight climate change. Each icon on the map represents a funded project in one of the following categories:

  • Clean and renewable energy
  • Energy efficiency in homes and businesses
  • Made-in-Canada clean technologies
  • Electric vehicle charging stations and alternative fuel infrastructure
  • Public transit
  • Investments in Indigenous, rural and remote communities to transition to cleaner energy sources
  • Support for communities to adapt to a changing climate

Contact

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Email: ec.facsoumissions-cafsubmissions.ec@canada.ca

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