We are over 600 strong and growing. From coast to coast to coast, rural to urban, our members include current and former members of local government councils or boards, Indigenous bands or nations and school trustees across Canada.
Collectively, we represent millions of constituents who recognize the magnitude of the crises we face and are demanding socially-just climate action that aligns with science.
We are committed to building government-to-government relationships with Indigenous nations and support the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as the framework for reconciliation, consistent with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
Our mission is also supported by over 1000 allies - a coalition of individuals representing environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), non-profits, academia, governments, and grassroots climate organizers.
By supporting each other, Climate Caucus members are an unstoppable force for change and we will not relent until we have achieved the shared vision of a network of equitable, regenerative, decarbonized, and resilient communities thriving within planetary limits by 2030.