Ecology Ottawa Working “to make Ottawa the green capital of Canada.”
Council Watch Ecology Ottawa’s Council Watch team publishes articles and blogs on Environmental issues arising at City Hall.
Community Associations Forum on Environmental Sustainability (CAFES) Members of CAFES often speak at City of Ottawa committees. To subscribe to the CAFES google group list, please register at: https://forms.gle/zANcKVfBRVsXhctk6
EnviroCentre Home Energy Audits, EV’s, Video interviews with key movers and shakers, Green Business Programs, other videos and lots more…
Green Ottawa A comprehensive directory to all things green in Ottawa
Just Food Working to bring “vibrant, just and sustainable food and farming systems to the Ottawa region.” Visit Just Food to learn about Community Gardens.
Greenspace Alliance of Canada’s Capital “working to protect significant green spaces in the national capital area.”
Fletcher Wildlife Garden “Demonstrating how to create wildlife-friendly habitat and gardens on urban or rural property, emphasizing the use of plants native to the Ottawa region.”
Ottawa Reduces to reduce single-use plastic and packaging in Ottawa.
Re4M Design & Fabrication eco-friendly furnishings, fixtures and displays for business
Waste Watch Ottawa to improve the City of Ottawa’s waste management practices.
Other local organizations that may influence or may be influenced on environmental issues
The Energy Mix Ottawa resident Mitchell Beer et al bring us a digest of environment news from Canada and around the world.
City of Ottawa – Climate Change and Energy
Riverside Park Community Association
Riverview Park Community Association
PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL GREENS
Resource Productivity & Recovery Authority created in November 2016 by the Government of Ontario to support the transition to a circular economy and a waste-free Ontario. They enforce individual producer responsibility (IPR) requirements for producers of Tires, Batteries, and Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
Efficiency Maine Learn about how Maine is incentivizing homeowners to go green. Learn about heat pumps and other low carbon technology.