Community Environment Action Grant | Government of Alberta

Value: $25,000 – $150,000


The Community Environment Action grant will fund non-profit groups to design and deliver evidence-based climate education projects across Alberta. It will support all Albertans, young and old, rural and urban, to better understand and address climate change. Projects must focus on social benefits, such as creating or supporting community and partnership-building opportunities. Projects must also utilize the climate literacy continuum, which encompasses:

  • Building awareness and understanding about core climate change concepts, based on credible science
  • Enhancing skills and applied knowledge about practices, tools, products or services that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, facilitating attitude change
  • Achieving individual and community behaviour changes by taking personal or collective action toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions


Eligible applicants must be non-governmental organizations incorporated and in good standing under the:

  • Alberta Societies Act
  • Alberta Companies Act, Part 9
  • Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act and registered in Alberta under the federal Business Corporations Act

Eligible Expenses:

  • Project design and delivery
    • Demonstration/pilot site material and supply costs (excluding equipment purchase)
    • Venue costs
    • General supplies and/or materials development including communication and distribution
    • Translation services
  • Field expenses
    • Travel and accommodation, vehicle rental/operation
  • Wages and labour
    • Project-specific salary or wage costs
    • Contract and professional service (e.g., accounting, audit, liability insurance costs that are directly attributed to carrying out the program, monitoring, legal or other professional fees)

Deadline: Currently closed. Future deadline March 2018.

Contact: Alberta Climate Change Office | 780-638-4177 |


By | 2018-08-07T02:19:38+00:00 July 31st, 2018|Categories: Grants|0 Comments

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