We live in a time of great uncertainty, complexity, and unprecedented systemic challenges. Addressing complex sustainability challenges requires unprecedented collaboration and new ways of working across sectors and across scales.

We have a long track record of working with organizations to help them become sustainability leaders. Our effort to support the emergence of role model organizations that can inspire others is a key part of our mission.

We are a highly respected provider of learning programs based both on a big-picture, science-based understanding of sustainability and an understanding of the hands-on skills needed by today’s leaders.

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Community Sustainability Planning Course in Toronto, Ontario

Submitted by Laur Fisher

As you walked into the Hilton Garden Inn conference room on December 8th, you could hear the energy pulsing around the room.  In fact, it was difficult to quiet it.  Here, council members, NGO and government staff, students, independent consultants, and unofficial-yet-passionate community leaders were sharing experiences from their communities.  >See pictures here.

Message from Executive Director (Canada)

All eyes are now turned to Copenhagen where the world’s leaders are meeting to create a follow up agreement to the Kyoto Protocol which expires in 2012. It’s embarrassing to be a Canadian right now – represented by a federal government that is showing a remarkable lack of leadership in addressing the most serious challenge we face as a global community. I don’t believe the federal government is representing the concerns of Canadian people or the demand for change and leadership that is being demonstrated in businesses and communities across the country.

The Sustainability Journey with The Natural Step: Next Stop Toronto

Submitted by Wasseem Emam on November 29, 2009 - 6:12 pm

I was fortunate enough to share in the learning experience provided by The Natural Step in their 'Sustainability for Leaders Level 1 Training Course' held in Toronto on November 25 & 26. Over the two days, 15 or so participants were introduced to the TNS Sustainability Framework and were given the opportunity to apply it in practical ways to their work. This largely participant-led, hands-on workshop featured an eclectic group of attendees from the Toronto area, with representation from non-governmental organizations and community groups to businesses, government and universities.

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