Our Corporate Climate Leaders Program (CCLP) includes a diverse set of organizations that are at different parts of their journey in managing their operational greenhouse gas emissions. Here are several case studies to highlight their accomplishments.

Bissell Community Centre

Louise Traynor of Bissell Community Centre

"Being part of the Corporate Climate Leaders Program gave clarity of focus and access to a cohort of people working towards the same goals. Learning and sharing implementation ideas and challenges was valuable to both challenge and affirm our ideas and plans."

— Louise Traynor, Chief Operating Officer

Read Bissell Community Centre's case study.

IKEA Edmonton

Helene Loberg of IKEA Edmonton

"IKEA Edmonton is committed to be a leader for the People & Planet Positive movement in Edmonton and we want to inspire and enable our community to take positive actions to live a more sustainable life and co-create the circular economy."

— Helene Loberg, Market Manager

Read IKEA Edmonton's case study.

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)

Laura Jo Gunter of NAIT

"NAIT's Master Energy Strategy, aligned with the recent update to our Campus Development Plan, provides the strategic framework for NAIT to continue to transform our campus operations with a focus on sustainability. We are proud to participate in the City of Edmonton's Corporate Climate Leaders Program and look forward to sharing ideas with colleagues and supporting each other as we work toward our goals."

— Laura Jo Gunter, President & CEO

Read NAIT's case study.

SkyFire Energy Inc.

David Vonesch of SkyFire Energy

"The Corporate Climate Leaders Program laid the foundation needed to set a corporate goal of net zero emissions by 2030 and to start implementing changes towards this end."

— David Vonesch, President

Read SkyFire Energy's case study.