Resource Library

Count: 56
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Federation of Canadian Municipalities - Green Municipal Fund http://fcm.ca/home/programs/green-municipal-fund.htm
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Municipal
Description:
Helps create more sustainable communities by improving air, water and soil qualities while reducing green house emissions

Tides Canada http://tidescanada.org
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Database Non-Profit
Description:
Houses over 200 funds
focused on the environment, social justice, and increasing the impact of Canada's leading charities and non-profits.
Implementing First Nation Land Use Plans: Challenges and Results http://www.aboriginal-law.com/~aborig/uploads/documents/PDFs/events%20and%20pubs/Implementing%20First%20Nation%20Land%20Use%20Plans.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Overview of First Nation Land use plans challenges and results with examples
AFN - CEPA Toolkit http://www.afn.ca/uploads/files/env/cepa.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Guides and Toolkits
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Canadian Environmental Protection Act toolkit
AFN - SARA Survival Guide http://www.afn.ca/uploads/files/env/sara-guide.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Species At Risk Act Survival Guide - This toolkit goes over how SARA impacts communities and how it can be used in a community.
Dehcho First Nations http://www.dehcholands.org/docs/rfp/07_11_22_rfp_land_use_planning_services.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Land Use planning request for proposal
Chemawawin First Nation http://www.labrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Chemawawin-Land-Code.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Management and Codes
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Chemawawin Land Code
BC First National Land Use Planning: Effective Practices http://www.newrelationshiptrust.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/land-use-planning-report.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Tools & Information Non-Profit
Description:
Comprehensive booklet of the pre-planning, planning and implementation stages of a Land Use Plan
Tools for Environmental Management: A Guide for First Nations http://www.renaud.ca/public/Environmental-Regulations/CEAA/2010-02-28-Environmental-Management-Guide_for_FirstNations.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Tools & Information Non-Profit
Description:
Tools of environmental management that can be used in planning and preparation of environmental projects.
Rural Opportunities Network http://www.ruralnetwork.ca/
  • Environment and Lands >> Guides and Toolkits
Service Organization
Description:
Created to help rural businesses utilizing natural and sustainable resources
Aklavik Inuvialuit Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/Aklavik_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Inuvik Inuvialuit Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/Inuvik_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Paulatuk Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/Paulatuk_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Sachs Harbour Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/SachsHarbour_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Tuktoyaktuk Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/Tuktoyaktuk_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Olokhaktomiut Community Conservation Plan http://www.screeningcommittee.ca/pdf/ccp/Ulukhaktok_CCP.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Sample Conservation Plan
Transformation International http://www.transformationinternational.ca
  • Economic Development >> Tools
  • Environment and Lands >> Guides and Toolkits
  • Governance and Capacity Development >> Capacity Development
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Works to respond to the need for community, economic and environmental solutions.
The Transformation business model focuses on increasing the capacity of individuals, communities, organizations and governments.
Tsawwassen First Nation http://www.tsawwassenfirstnation.com/pdfs/TFN-Laws-Regulations-Policies/Laws/Laws/Land_Use_Planning_and_Development_Act_06.15.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Tsawwassen Land Use Plan
Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources http://www.yourcier.org/
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Helps indigenous communities protect water and lands by building sustainable and environmentally healthy communities.
Conducts research and can also provide training
Agricultural Clean Technology Program https://agriculture.canada.ca/en/programs/agricultural-clean-technology-research-innovation-stream
  • Economic Development >> Funding
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
As part of the Government of Canada’s strengthened climate plan, A Healthy Environment and a Healthy Economy, the new Agricultural Clean Technology (ACT) Program aims to create an enabling environment for the development and adoption of clean technology that will help drive the changes required to achieve a low-carbon economy and promote sustainable growth in Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector.

The ACT Program offers support under 2 streams:

Research and Innovation Stream
Adoption Stream
Research and Innovation Stream
The Research and Innovation Stream will support pre-market innovation, including research, development, demonstration and commercialization activities, to develop transformative clean technologies and enable the expansion of current technologies, in 3 priority areas:

Green energy and energy efficiency
Precision agriculture
Bioeconomy
Eligible activities under the Research and Innovation Stream are of the following nature and type:

Applied research and development of clean technologies
Piloting and evaluating clean technologies
Demonstration and knowledge and technology transfer activities
Commercializing and scaling up clean technologies
Other activities that support the Research and Innovation Stream as determined by the program
Support is available in the form of repayable and non-repayable contributions from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Agricultural Clean Technology Program https://agriculture.canada.ca/en/programs/agricultural-clean-technology-research-innovation-stream
  • Economic Development >> Funding
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
As part of the Government of Canada’s strengthened climate plan, A Healthy Environment and a Healthy Economy, the new Agricultural Clean Technology (ACT) Program aims to create an enabling environment for the development and adoption of clean technology that will help drive the changes required to achieve a low-carbon economy and promote sustainable growth in Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector.

The ACT Program offers support under 2 streams:

Research and Innovation Stream
Adoption Stream
Research and Innovation Stream
The Research and Innovation Stream will support pre-market innovation, including research, development, demonstration and commercialization activities, to develop transformative clean technologies and enable the expansion of current technologies, in 3 priority areas:

Green energy and energy efficiency
Precision agriculture
Bioeconomy
Eligible activities under the Research and Innovation Stream are of the following nature and type:

Applied research and development of clean technologies
Piloting and evaluating clean technologies
Demonstration and knowledge and technology transfer activities
Commercializing and scaling up clean technologies
Other activities that support the Research and Innovation Stream as determined by the program
Support is available in the form of repayable and non-repayable contributions from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
The Catherine Donnelly Foundation https://catherinedonnellyfoundation.org/granting/process
  • Education and Employment >> Training
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Charity
Description:
The Foundation strives to transform the lives of the underserved by supporting initiatives in the areas of access to housing, the environment, and civic engagement for social change. We achieve this by funding, ethical investing and collaborating with organizations across Canada. The Catherine Donnelly Foundation Board currently reviews grant application requests twice yearly to determine successful applications based on the recommendations of its committees.

Please note that the grant application process takes approximately eight weeks from the invited application deadline until board review and approval for all three areas of focus (Civic Engagement for Social Change, Environment, and Housing).

The Catherine Donnelly Foundation will not consider funding the following:

Retroactive funding
Fundraising campaigns
Operating deficits
Projects outside of Canada
Emergency appeals
Purely commercial recordings or film projects


Potential applicants are strongly advised to contact the Foundation office prior to submitting a Letter of Inquiry.
Federation of Canadian Municipalities: First Nations-Municipal Collaboration Programs: Solid Waste Management https://fcm.ca/en/programs/first-nation-municipal-collaboration
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Tools & Information Municipal
Description:
A toolkit to help First Nations better their solid waste management
Indigenous Development Support Services Inc. https://idssmb.ca
  • Education and Employment >> Training
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Resource to provide information on indigenous forestry and provide opportunities for training.
First Nation Land Management Resource Centre https://labrc.com
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Management and Codes
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Land Law resources
Opaskwayak Cree Nation https://labrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/OCN-Land-Code-amended.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Management and Codes
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Opaskwayak Cree Nation Land Code
Swan Lake First Nation https://labrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Swan-Lake-Land-Code.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Management and Codes
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Swan Lake First Nation Land Management Code
A Guide to Preparing Environmental Management Plans For Operational First Nations https://labrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/A-Guide-to-preparing-EMPs-for-Operational-FNs.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Toolkit for Environment Management Plans for First Nations
The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation https://mcconnellfoundation.ca
  • Art, Culture & Language >> Heritage
  • Economic Development >> Funding
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Governance and Capacity Development >> Capacity Development
Funding Foundation
Description:
A private Canadian foundation that helps with social, cultural, economic and environmental challenges by granting and investing, capacity building, convening, and co-creation with grantees, partners and the public.
Funding for Indigenous-led awareness and education projects for cleaner transportation and clean fuels https://natural-resources.canada.ca/energy-efficiency/transportation-alternative-fuels/infrastructure/zero-emission-vehicle-awareness-initiative/funding-for-indigenous-projects/25023
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
To meet Canada’s ambitious target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions 40–45 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 and reaching net zero by 2050, Canada’s economy will need to be powered by clean energy sources and driven by low- and zero-emission transportation. On the path to net-zero, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is committed to building meaningful partnerships and ensuring Indigenous peoples benefit from funding opportunities that can contribute to our shared fight against climate change.

To help address challenges related to awareness, understanding, and confidence in zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), lower-carbon trucks, and clean fuels, NRCan is piloting a continuous intake call for proposals for Indigenous-led projects that address these barriers to adoption.
Funding for Indigenous-led awareness and education projects for cleaner transportation and clean fuels https://natural-resources.canada.ca/energy-efficiency/transportation-alternative-fuels/infrastructure/zero-emission-vehicle-awareness-initiative/funding-for-indigenous-projects/25023
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
To meet Canada’s ambitious target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions 40–45 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 and reaching net zero by 2050, Canada’s economy will need to be powered by clean energy sources and driven by low- and zero-emission transportation. On the path to net-zero, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is committed to building meaningful partnerships and ensuring Indigenous peoples benefit from funding opportunities that can contribute to our shared fight against climate change.

To help address challenges related to awareness, understanding, and confidence in zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), lower-carbon trucks, and clean fuels, NRCan is piloting a continuous intake call for proposals for Indigenous-led projects that address these barriers to adoption.
Save Our Roots https://saveourroots.org
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
"An Indigenous Environmental Network Campaign to Defend, Protect, and Renew the inherent Rights of Mother Earth based on Natural Law and Our Original Instructions"
Save Our Roots https://saveourroots.org
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
"An Indigenous Environmental Network Campaign to Defend, Protect, and Renew the inherent Rights of Mother Earth based on Natural Law and Our Original Instructions"
ISC- Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1509728370447/1509728402247
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
Provides funding to support Indigenous communities in the development and implementation of community-based climate monitoring projects
Sustainable Development Goals Funding Program https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/news/2023/11/government-of-canada-launches-call-for-proposals-for-the-sustainable-development-goals-funding-program.html
  • Economic Development >> Funding
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
The Government of Canada is working together with its national and international partners to advance the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to build a more peaceful, inclusive, and prosperous world. At the heart of the 2030 Agenda are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that aim to address today’s most pressing social, economic and environmental challenges, including poverty, inequality and climate change. This funding opportunity aims to support the federal government’s implementation of the 2030 Agenda by strengthening partnerships and engagement with Canadians. Organizations are invited to apply for funding for projects that:

· aim to localize SDGs in communities, to adapt, employ and monitor progress of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the local level and to measure and report on the SDGs;
· increase public awareness and share best practices or lessons learned that support and enhance Canada’s progress on the 2030 Agenda, particularly within equity-deserving groups and groups or individuals in vulnerable situations;
· foster new and established partnerships bridging efforts across sectors;
· foster and integrate Indigenous and local knowledge into approaches and efforts; and
· explore new and innovative approaches and investment for SDGs.
Environment Canada - CEPA https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry.html
  • Environment and Lands >> Guides and Toolkits
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Information regarding regulations on waste management, water and air pollution and toxic substances
Environment Canada - Funding Services https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-funding/ecoaction-community-program.html
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
Funding is available for new projects that engage Canadians and clearly demonstrate measurable, positive environmental results
Priority will be given issues of clean water, climate change (Through Eco Action Community Funding Program), mitigation and adaptation.
Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-funding/indigenous-guardians.html
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
The Pilot Program supports Indigenous rights and responsibilities in protecting and conserving ecosystems, developing and maintaining sustainable economies, and continuing the profound connections between Canadian landscape and Indigenous culture.
Participant Funding Program - Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency https://www.canada.ca/en/impact-assessment-agency/services/public-participation-impact-assessments/funding-programs/participant-funding-program.html
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
Funding is offered in support of participation opportunities posted on the Agency website or described in Aboriginal consultation plans established for the project.
Indigenous Environmental Network https://www.ienearth.org
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Information, groups, and grants in the protection of the environment
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Indigenous Leadership Initiative https://www.ilinationhood.ca
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Helps support First Nation led land use planning
ImaGENantion https://www.imagenationenergy.com
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Indigenous Resource
Description:
Indigenous Agriculture and Food Systems https://www.manitoba.ca/scap/indigenousagri/indigenous-food-systems.html
  • Community Development >> Community Planning
  • Community Development >> Project Management
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
Funding Provincial
Description:
The Indigenous Agriculture and Food Systems program supports projects and activities that increase food security and food sovereignty, support the revitalization of traditional food systems, training, skill and resource development, climate change adaptation, and/or increases Indigenous participation within Manitoba's agriculture and agri-food sector.

The Indigenous Agriculture and Food Systems program is open to the following First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Indigenous Groups, including:

Businesses and organizations
Communities
Government
Primary producers
Other Indigenous-led groups undertaking agricultural initiatives
Eligible Expenses
Eligible expenses are directly related to the execution of an approved project. The program will support initiatives across three funding streams:

Planning and Consulting
Training and Resource Development
Capital Equipment and Software
Exploration and Mining Guide for Aboriginal Communities https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/sites/www.nrcan.gc.ca/files/mineralsmetals/files/pdf/abor-auto/mining-guide-eng.pdf
  • Environment and Lands >> Guides and Toolkits
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
A guide for exploration and mining in aboriginal communities
First Nation Adapt Program https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1481305681144/1594738692193
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
This program funds First Nations-led climate change adaptation projects across Canada for communities and organizations located south of the 60th parallel.

The program works with First Nations to identify context-specific priorities for climate change adaptation projects. Priority areas identified through discussions with First Nations include sea level rise, flooding, wildfires, drought , winter road failures, risks to archeological and cultural sites, forestry and fishery management, water source vulnerabilities and other emerging priorities.

The program can fund the following types of projects:

risk assessments of climate change impacts
identification and assessment of adaptation options
small-scale implementation of adaptation actions (maximum $250,000)
development of tools to support climate change adaptation planning
First Nation Adapt Program https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1481305681144/1594738692193
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
This program funds First Nations-led climate change adaptation projects across Canada for communities and organizations located south of the 60th parallel.

The program works with First Nations to identify context-specific priorities for climate change adaptation projects. Priority areas identified through discussions with First Nations include sea level rise, flooding, wildfires, drought , winter road failures, risks to archeological and cultural sites, forestry and fishery management, water source vulnerabilities and other emerging priorities.

The program can fund the following types of projects:

risk assessments of climate change impacts
identification and assessment of adaptation options
small-scale implementation of adaptation actions (maximum $250,000)
development of tools to support climate change adaptation planning
First Nation Adapt Program https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1481305681144/1594738692193
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Land Use Plan
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
This program funds First Nations-led climate change adaptation projects across Canada for communities and organizations located south of the 60th parallel.

The program works with First Nations to identify context-specific priorities for climate change adaptation projects. Priority areas identified through discussions with First Nations include sea level rise, flooding, wildfires, drought , winter road failures, risks to archeological and cultural sites, forestry and fishery management, water source vulnerabilities and other emerging priorities.

The program can fund the following types of projects:

risk assessments of climate change impacts
identification and assessment of adaptation options
small-scale implementation of adaptation actions (maximum $250,000)
development of tools to support climate change adaptation planning
Contaminated Sites On-Reserve program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100034640/1594122929860
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
This program provides funding to First Nations to identify, assess and remediate contaminated sites on reserve lands and other lands under the department’s responsibility. The program’s objectives include:

reducing risks to human health and the environment
ensuring that reserve lands are available for economic and community development or traditional use
reducing federal liability associated with contaminated sites
First Nations Waste Management Initiative https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1491490781609/1533647730166
  • Environment and Lands >> Recycling
  • Infrastructure >> Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
This initiative supports First Nations in developing sustainable waste management systems through modern infrastructure, operations, training and partnerships
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program (CCHAP) https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536238477403/1536780059794#a2
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
There are 2 streams for the program:

Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program North
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for First Nations South of 60°N
The program supports projects that focus on the health impacts of climate change by helping communities:

develop and implement health-related adaptation or action plans
develop and share knowledge-building and communication materials
support adaptation decision-making at the local, regional and national levels
Some of the areas of adaptation and research, that focus on human health and a changing climate, include:

food security and access to traditional and country foods
documentation and revitalization of traditional medicines and cultural heritage
engagement and knowledge transfer between Elders and youth
safety while on the land
impacts of extreme weather events
heat illness, including extreme heat
emergency preparedness
access to safe drinking water
mental health impacts of climate change
monitoring of wildlife, freshwater and ice
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program (CCHAP) https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536238477403/1536780059794#a2
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
There are 2 streams for the program:

Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program North
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for First Nations South of 60°N
The program supports projects that focus on the health impacts of climate change by helping communities:

develop and implement health-related adaptation or action plans
develop and share knowledge-building and communication materials
support adaptation decision-making at the local, regional and national levels
Some of the areas of adaptation and research, that focus on human health and a changing climate, include:

food security and access to traditional and country foods
documentation and revitalization of traditional medicines and cultural heritage
engagement and knowledge transfer between Elders and youth
safety while on the land
impacts of extreme weather events
heat illness, including extreme heat
emergency preparedness
access to safe drinking water
mental health impacts of climate change
monitoring of wildlife, freshwater and ice
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program (CCHAP) https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536238477403/1536780059794#a2
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Environment and Lands >> Sustainability
Funding Federal
Description:
There are 2 streams for the program:

Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program North
Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for First Nations South of 60°N
The program supports projects that focus on the health impacts of climate change by helping communities:

develop and implement health-related adaptation or action plans
develop and share knowledge-building and communication materials
support adaptation decision-making at the local, regional and national levels
Some of the areas of adaptation and research, that focus on human health and a changing climate, include:

food security and access to traditional and country foods
documentation and revitalization of traditional medicines and cultural heritage
engagement and knowledge transfer between Elders and youth
safety while on the land
impacts of extreme weather events
heat illness, including extreme heat
emergency preparedness
access to safe drinking water
mental health impacts of climate change
monitoring of wildlife, freshwater and ice
First Nations Environmental Contaminants Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1583779185601/1583779243216
  • Community Safety >> Tools
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
Indigenous Services Canada provides funding through the FNECP to help First Nations communities improve their health. The program supports these communities in identifying, investigating and characterizing the impact of exposure to environmental hazards. Its activities include community-based:

research
monitoring
risk assessment
risk communication
knowledge integration
Access Grants https://www.theyouthharbour.org/access-grants/?utm_source=Laidlaw+Grantees&utm_campaign=ba4f6edcff-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2024_04_29_10_35&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-ba4f6edcff-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Youth >> Funding
  • Youth >> Mentorship and Leadership
Funding Non-Profit
Description:
Access Grants aim to assist equity-deserving groups in participating in face-to-face events such as conferences, workshops, and other experiential opportunities. This support is designed to enhance young people’s networking and knowledge, enabling them to contribute more effectively and fully to the climate action sector.
Access Grants https://www.theyouthharbour.org/access-grants/?utm_source=Laidlaw+Grantees&utm_campaign=ba4f6edcff-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2024_04_29_10_35&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-ba4f6edcff-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D
  • Environment and Lands >> Conservation
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Youth >> Funding
  • Youth >> Mentorship and Leadership
Funding Non-Profit
Description:
Access Grants aim to assist equity-deserving groups in participating in face-to-face events such as conferences, workshops, and other experiential opportunities. This support is designed to enhance young people’s networking and knowledge, enabling them to contribute more effectively and fully to the climate action sector.
CIER https://yourcier.org/cli/web-of-knowledge
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
Tools & Information Non-Profit
Description:
Has documents on water, biodiversity, indigenous knowledge and renewable energy in the context of First Nations Lands
Unite Interactive