Who we are

Coordinators

Équiterre

As one of the main environmental organizations in Québec, Équiterre seeks to make the necessary collective transitions towards an equitable and environmentally sound future more tangible, accessible and inspiring. Since 1993, Équiterre has worked with citizens, organizations and governments to develop projects in transportation, agriculture, energy, consumption and climate change.

Marilène Bergeron
Program Manager, Sustainable Mobility
Andréanne Brazeau
Policy Analyst, Sustainable Mobility
Loujain Kurdi
Communications Lead, Sustainable Mobility
Valérie Tremblay
Advisor, Sustainable Mobility
Green Communities Canada

Founded in 1995, Green Communities Canada (GCC) is a national non-profit association of 20 community-based environmental organizations working together for a vibrant, equitable and sustainable future. GCC connects community-based climate action groups through a national network to share resources, inspire innovative programming, and elevate our collective impact.

Kate Berry
Program Director
Brianna Salmon
Executive Director

Steering committee

A small group of Alliance members selected for their expertise, interest and capacity to guide the direction and priorities of CESBA.

Conservation Council of New Brunswick
Conservation Council of New Brunswick (CCNB) has been at the forefront of environmental protection in New Brunswick since 1969. CCNB believes the future of all life depends on bringing human activity in balance with ecological limits. CCNB is a non-profit organization that creates awareness of environmental problems and advances practical solutions through research, education, and interventions.

Ecology Action Centre
Over the past decade, EAC has successfully advocated for ambitious renewable electricity targets, phase-out of coal-fired electricity, and strong energy efficiency policies and programming.

For Our Kids
For Our Kids is a national network of parent-led, community-based grassroots groups involved in climate action.

Pembina Institute
The Pembina Institute is a national non-partisan think tank that advocates for strong, effective policies to support Canada’s clean energy transition. Using multi-faceted and highly collaborative approaches to change, they convene diverse sets of stakeholders to identify and move toward common clean energy solutions.

Pollution Probe
Pollution Probe is a charitable organization that pursues environmental gains by working productively with governments, industry and the public, with a steadfast commitment to Clean Air, Clean Water, and a Healthy Planet. Pollution Probe is one of Canada’s leading independent low-carbon transportation solution providers. Our work supports aggressive actions to address climate change and reduce air pollution while promoting economic growth and social equity. 

Alliance members

Members form a coalition of education, health, environmental, economic and technology development groups across Canada who have an interest in accelerating the adoption of electric school buses. Membership recruitment is still underway.

Financial partners

The Consecon Foundation works nationally and locally to protect natural environments and wildlife for future generations by funding a combination of conservation, scientific and public policy research, and educational programming.
Echo Foundation is a private charitable foundation incorporated in 1983, whose head office is in Montreal, Canada, with a focus on mental health and the environment.

The Trottier Family Foundation is a Montréal-based private Canadian charitable foundation. Our mission is to support organizations that work towards the advancement of scientific inquiry, the promotion of education, fostering better health, protecting the environment and mitigating climate change. We strive to catalyze and scale transformative innovations, create cross sector collaborations, and take risks that others cannot.