Sustainable Communities Program

Sustainable Communities Program

(Theme 4 – Habitat, Theme 6 – Natural Capital, Theme10 – Sense of Place)

Organization: The Natural Step Canada

Timeline for Completion: Ongoing


Our Vision…
…is a world in which human society thrives within nature‚Äôs limits.

Our Mission…
…is to enable the actors within society to use sustainability as a set of design principles to innovate, succeed and co-create vibrant futures together.

The Natural Step Canada is a dynamic non-profit organization with more than a decade of experience helping communities of all sizes take meaningful steps toward sustainability. As the places where we live, work, and play, communities must perform an essential role in addressing the challenge of sustainability.

Through our unique suite of advisory, coaching, training, and process facilitation services, we translate the fundamentals of sustainability into long-term quality of life and resiliency, inspiring lasting change in your community.

Our Service Cycle for Sustainable Communities
. How can our municipal government embrace sustainability and set an example for the community?
. How can we empower community stakeholders to lead change toward sustainability?
. How can we achieve long-term sustainability and resiliency for our community?

Our Approach
The Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development is a proven, scientifically-robust model that helps organisations make pragmatic decisions to move toward sustainability. We research the science of sustainability and link it to real world applications. We create dialogue about the opportunities and challenges in building a sustainable future. We are accelerating change toward sustainability.


Contact Us

For more information about The Natural Step Canada, please contact us at:
The Natural Step Canada
4 Florence Street, Suite 203
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0W7

Tel: 613.748.3001

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February 2, 2015 at 3:29 pm

Project entered on: February 2, 2015 at 3:29 pm

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