All One Sky Foundation


ALL ONE SKY FOUNDATION is a not-for-profit, charitable organization established by the former Climate Change Central in 2010 to help vulnerable populations at the crossroads of energy and climate change. We do this through education, research and community-led programs, focusing our efforts on adaptation to climate change and energy poverty. Our vision is a society in which ALL people can afford the energy they require to live in warm, comfortable homes, in communities that are able to respond and adapt to a changing climate.

All One Sky Foundation associates offer a unique combination of experience and international expertisein climate science, energy efficiency program design, climate resilience and adaptation planning, risk management, climate change economics, and bridging the gap between the latest climate science and real world decision-making. Our team and board have high-level expertise in the formation, administration and delivery of a provincial climate change agency specializing in energy efficiency programs.

Adaptation Work:

Economic Tools for Climate Change Adaptation – Private Real Estate Decisions

Summary: This paper examines the barriers to efficient adaptation decisions in BC’s private real estate sector and explores potential economic instruments to overcome them.Client: Climate Change Secretariat, BC Ministry of Environment


Climate Change Adaptation for Alberta Municipalities – Primer

Summary: The primer outlines the nature and significance of climate change for Alberta municipalities and describes a simple approach to effectively plan for future climate conditions.Client: The Calgary Foundation

Climate Resilience Planning Workshops     Climate Resilience for Alberta Municipalities

Summary: Severe flooding in Southern Alberta in 2013 highlighted the extreme vulnerability and lack of preparedness experienced by municipalities located near overflowing rivers and tributaries. Since scientific evidence predicts more climate-related events, All One Sky Foundation designed a workshop to help municipalities build community resilience to catastrophic weather events.  One-day workshops were held in Edmonton and Calgary, drawing municipalities from all over the province. The project led to a step-by-step primer to help municipalities start to plan for a changing climate.Client: Municipal Climate Change Action Centre


City of Leduc Weather and Climate Readiness Plan

Summary: The City of Leduc hired All One Sky Foundation to work with the City to identify priority risks resulting from weather and climate hazards. The severity of a risk was judged by the extent to which it affects Leduc’s vision for public health and safety, the economy, environment, and the provision of infrastructure and services.Client: The City of Leduc


Economic Guidance for the Appraisal and Prioritization of Adaptation Actions

Client: Natural Resources Canada

Phone Number: 250.430.1551
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