The Climate Caucus
 
 

Elected officials united to solve climate change.

The Climate Caucus is a non-partisan network of more than 200 Mayors, Councillors, and Regional Directors from across Canada.

 
 

Our Members

Meet a few of our Canada’s local leaders who are working to manage the causes and impacts of climate change in their communities.

Rik Logtenberg, Nelson BC Councillor   “Climate Change is the biggest challenge we face as a country. I'm proud to be a part of CLC and help lead the country to meaningful action.”

Rik Logtenberg, Nelson BC Councillor

“Climate Change is the biggest challenge we face as a country. I'm proud to be a part of CLC and help lead the country to meaningful action.”

Laurel Collins, Victoria City Councillor   “Cities have a critical role to play in transitioning to a low-carbon future, but it will take urgent and unprecedented action.”

Laurel Collins, Victoria City Councillor

“Cities have a critical role to play in transitioning to a low-carbon future, but it will take urgent and unprecedented action.”

Jessica Mcilroy, North Vancouver Councillor   “The only thing that is lacking to address climate change is political will. As elected officials, it is our responsibility to call for action and pull together support.”

Jessica Mcilroy, North Vancouver Councillor

“The only thing that is lacking to address climate change is political will. As elected officials, it is our responsibility to call for action and pull together support.”

Murray Weisenberger, North Saanich Councillor   “The hourglass is nearly empty. We owe our children and grandchildren a chance to flourish on our beautiful planet. The science is clear. We must act now!”

Murray Weisenberger, North Saanich Councillor

“The hourglass is nearly empty. We owe our children and grandchildren a chance to flourish on our beautiful planet. The science is clear. We must act now!”

Brittny Anderson, Nelson BC Councillor   “Climate chaos is the single biggest threat to humanity and our community. As we are working to protect ourselves from its effects we need to be working hard to reduce our GHG emissions.”

Brittny Anderson, Nelson BC Councillor

“Climate chaos is the single biggest threat to humanity and our community. As we are working to protect ourselves from its effects we need to be working hard to reduce our GHG emissions.”

Ben Isitt, Victoria City Councillor   “Action is needed by all levels of government to transition now to renewable sources of energy, employment and economic development.”

Ben Isitt, Victoria City Councillor

“Action is needed by all levels of government to transition now to renewable sources of energy, employment and economic development.”

Keith Page, Nelson BC Councillor   “I want to ensure our climate change policy is not only followed through on, but expanded and combined with the need to formalized and strengthen our Emergency Preparedness.”

Keith Page, Nelson BC Councillor

“I want to ensure our climate change policy is not only followed through on, but expanded and combined with the need to formalized and strengthen our Emergency Preparedness.”

Richard Zurawski, Halifax City Councillor   “It’s imperative that we reach the 1.5-degree goal. If we do not do this, we'll face heat-related deaths, water shortages, wildfires and more.”

Richard Zurawski, Halifax City Councillor

“It’s imperative that we reach the 1.5-degree goal. If we do not do this, we'll face heat-related deaths, water shortages, wildfires and more.”

Tony St.Pierre, Sooke BC Councillor   “The survival of the biosphere, our species and our society is threatened in a terrifying way. Everyone needs to understand the stakes and take action immediately in order for our children to live.”

Tony St.Pierre, Sooke BC Councillor

“The survival of the biosphere, our species and our society is threatened in a terrifying way. Everyone needs to understand the stakes and take action immediately in order for our children to live.”

Ned Taylor, Capitol Region Director   “This is the most pressing issue facing our world; we have the opportunity to be leaders and take bold action.”

Ned Taylor, Capitol Region Director

“This is the most pressing issue facing our world; we have the opportunity to be leaders and take bold action.”

Petrina Arnason, Township of Langley Councillor   “Local government leadership is the seat of action where all policies and decision-making can lead to enhanced climate mitigation. Working together with all levels of government and collectivizing our advocacy will lead to more positive climate outcomes to the benefit of all Canadians.”

Petrina Arnason, Township of Langley Councillor

“Local government leadership is the seat of action where all policies and decision-making can lead to enhanced climate mitigation. Working together with all levels of government and collectivizing our advocacy will lead to more positive climate outcomes to the benefit of all Canadians.”

Wayne Roberts

Wayne Roberts