The Green Budget Coalition brings together 21 leading Canadian environmental organizations to collaboratively develop, refine, and promote a comprehensive set of detailed, strategic recommendations for the annual federal budget.

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Recommendations for Budget 2023

The Green Budget Coalition much appreciates the major federal funding announcements for climate and nature progress over 2022-2023. It urges the government to continue to act to seize this opportunity to address the climate and biodiversity crises, create sustainable jobs and ensure equitable prosperity and well-being for everyone in Canada.

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Canada must scale up funding to meet climate and nature goals, urge 21 leading environmental organizations

Amidst global climate and nature summits, the Green Budget Coalition detailed the federal investments needed to accelerate climate action and reverse biodiversity loss.

Ottawa (November 9, 2022) – As discussions continue at the 27th UN Climate Conference of the Parties (COP) in Egypt, to be followed by the UN Convention on Biological Diversity meeting (“Nature COP”) in Montreal in December, the Green Budget Coalition today released a comprehensive set of fiscal recommendations for how the federal government can simultaneously address the related crises of climate change and nature loss in Canada, while strengthening Canada’s economy and improving affordability and quality of life for Canadians.

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Members

 
ALUS Canada
Canadian Environmental Law Association
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
Canadian Wildlife Federation
David Suzuki Foundation
Ducks Unlimited Canada
ecojustice
Ecology Action Centre
Équiterre
Friends of the Earth
Greenpeace
International Conservation Fund of Canada
International Institute for Sustainable Development
Nature Canada
Nature Conservancy Canada
Nature United
Pembina Institute
Seedchange
West Coast Environmental Law
Wildlife Habitat Canada
WWF