The Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration


The Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration is a new group representing more than 15 diverse and reputable organizations across Canada, which have extensive experience in the clean growth and climate change fields.

The Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration will establish an institute that will

  • provide credible and authoritative advice to Canadians and their governments;
  • develop and provide independent and expert-driven analysis to help Canada move toward clean growth in all sectors and regions of the country;
  • develop advice and analysis spanning climate change mitigation, adaptation, and clean growth;
  • set its own agenda and operate independently from government; and
  • fill existing information gaps and help translate research into useful information for policy decision-making.

While the institute is an independent, stand-alone organization, the following partners will work closely with the institute to achieve its objectives:

  • Adaptation to Climate Change Team, Simon Fraser University
  • Alberta Innovates
  • Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission
  • Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research, University of Calgary
  • Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
  • Evergreen and Future Cities Canada
  • Foundation for Environmental Stewardship
  • lnstitut de l’énergie Trottier, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation and the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change, University of Waterloo
  • Ivey Foundation
  • Labrador Institute, Memorial University
  • MaRS Discovery District
  • National Consortium for Indigenous Economic Development, University of Victoria
  • Ouranos
  • Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, University of Victoria
  • Prairie Climate Centre, University of Winnipeg
  • Smart Prosperity Institute
  • Switch (l’Alliance pour une économie verte au Québec)
  • Trottier Family Foundation
  • World Resources Institute
  • Yukon College

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