This paper provides an understanding of what a green economy means in the Canadian context. Although it was published in 2011 it is still relevant today. It showcases a sample of existing philanthropic work in this area and identifies opportunities for further philanthropic investment.
This paper is a Sustainable Prosperity (SP) perspective commissioned by the Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network (CEGN), written by Alex Wood (SP Senior Director, Policy and Markets), and is part of the CEGN Building Bridges papers on the Environment
and the Economy.
This is one in a series of CEGN Building Bridges papers that addresses the need to forge new and more powerful partnerships to arrive at comprehensive solutions.
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