We could not invest in protecting the environment without the help of our partners as well as companies and individuals who generously give financial and in-kind gifts. We’d like to thank the following organizations for their immense support. For a full list of supporters please refer to our 2015 Report to Donors.
VISIONARY PARTNERS – 2015/16
PROGRAM COLLABORATORS AND FUNDERS
Alberta Ecotrust Environmental Grants
The Edmonton Community Foundation on behalf of the John & Barbara Poole Family Fund
Community Capacity Program
The Calgary Foundation
Community Resource Fund:
EcoCity Edmonton Grants:
The City of Edmonton
Keyera is one of the largest independent midstream operators in Canada. We provide key services and products to oil and gas producers in Western Canada and strive to provide high quality, value-added services for our customers. We are committed to being a responsible and contributing citizen in the communities where we operate, and we encourage our employees to give back to organizations that make a difference in the communities where they live. You can find out more by visiting www.keyera.com.
Teck is a diversified resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with major business units focused on copper, steelmaking coal, zinc and energy. The pursuit of sustainability guides Teck’s approach to business. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Teck is building partnerships and capacity to confront sustainability challenges within the regions in which it operates and at the global level. Learn more about Teck at www.teck.com or follow @TeckResources.
Syncrude is one of the largest operators in Canada’s oil sands industry, with a 50-year history of responsible operations and ongoing innovation. Syncrude is known for pioneering many of the technologies used today in the industry, including an expanding suite of techniques to improve environmental and economic performance. The company recently completed $3 billion in projects that will enable the reclamation of mine tailings into healthy, productive landscapes; one of these, the Sandhill Fen, is the world’s first fen wetland restoration project constructed on a foundation of reclaimed tailings. In total, the company has reclaimed over 3,300 hectares of former open-pit mining areas.