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The aim of the Climate Solutions Park (CSP) is to create an inspirational sustainable modular experiential learning facility


Our climate solution parks are being built in key physical locations and as online communities to become an inspirational, interactive and innovative network working to awaken hearts, minds and actions toward climate solutions.

For example, by growing clean, local food, we help eliminate hunger at the community level; if we do that without burning fossil fuels, we can then create a knowledge base that can be readily applied to build local homes and other community-oriented solutions that are also essential to solve poverty.

Downview Parc – Climate Solutions Park

• Solar-powered sustainable stage and gazebo for training, workshops, and events

• Solar thermal water station

• Teaching garden, medicine garden, native plants & trees

• Greenhouse for sustainable agriculture

• Sustainable agricultural cultivation of vegetables, fruits, and herbs

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Regent Park – World Urban Pavillion – Training and Event Facility

The Pavilion is a knowledge exchange hub to share best practices, innovation and research in urban development and revitalization from countries around the world. The Pavilion envisions people-centered, sustainable cities that are planned through data analysis, driven by innovation and informed by the SDGs.

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Durham Ontario – Training and Ecoretreat Facility

Situated on the banks of the mighty Saugeen River, the Riverstone Campus is located 5 minutes from Durham, Ontario on 136 acres of historic farmstead. The property boasts diverse forests, hiking trails, agricultural lands and several indoor and outdoor facilities for events, overnight accommodations, retreats and educational experiences.

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Penetanguishene – Native Plant Living Laboratory and Climate Solutions Park

Our team will build an applied research and experiential learning facility purposefully designed as a world-class destination focused on how to grow food locally using regenerative agriculture, renewable energy, geodesic dome greenhouses, and other highly replicable/modular technologies.

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By building climate solutions parks, we create new spaces where local people can come together to implement solutions that improve their quality of life while helping eliminate the sources that fuel the climate emergency.

1. Anishinaabe Mobile Heritage Centre: Indigenous Knowledge (Chippewas)
2. Arctic Acres Eco Bubbles: geodesic greenhouses
3. Toronto Black Farmers and Growers Collective Toronto, Downsview Park: regenerative agriculture
4. Canadian Geographic Society: cartography and online learning
5. Co-Housing Options Canada: affordable sustainable building construction
6. Conscious Economics: sustainable ethical business practices
7. Daymak: electric vehicle production & marketing (Spiritus prototype)
8. Economic Club of Canada: entrepreneurship & mindfulness in business
9. Everybody’s Theatre Company: live arts for environmental education
10. Evermaven: A communications agency that specializes in crafting stories about people and planet.
11. Farmers for Climate Change Solutions: mainstream farmer education & networking
12. Fourth Line Arts: virtual arts for environmental education and documentation
13. Guelph Solar: renewable energy - solar capture
14. International Renewable Energy Academy: renewable energies curriculum development
15. Kinetic Solar: renewable energy (solar mounting systems and batteries)
16. Land of the Dancing Deer: Indigenous Knowledge (Six Nations)
17. Native Plants in Claremont: regenerative agriculture
18. Nedlaw Living Walls: sustainable building construction
19. Neil Osborne, PhD, Climate Change Communication Consultant
20. North Simcoe Economic Development Agency: marketing and commercialization
21. Oxford Energy Cooperative: locally owned wind farms
22. Penetanguishene Climate Solutions Park: climate solutions exhibits and demonstrations
23. Relay Education: renewable future workshops
24. Rural Urban Learning Association: environmental education, Indigenous/settler & urban/rural reconciliation, community engaged art
25. Sobeys Centre: WIL training venue adjacent to York U’s Keele campus
26. Sunny Boy Farm: community-based farming, Afro-Caribbean Business Network
27. Upstream Greens: vertical farming, hydroponics, aquaponics
28. Wheelbarrow Farm: Community Supported Agriculture & electric tractors
29. Wild One Plants & Design: permaculture
30. Longboard Living: sustainable transportation and recreation
31. Silfab: solar energy