Improving is a complete IT services firm, offering training, consulting, and project services. The Calgary enterprise has dedicated team members to assist on our digital presence! More to come.
A continuous partner and supported of our organisation and our efforts. The Apothecary in Inglewood is Calgary’s first bulk refillery and has proudly sponsored our Zero Waste Festivals (2019 & 2020).
Other Key players in the fight against plastic pollution
Environment Lethbridge – inspires and equips people to create widespread community action and engagement towards sustainability.
The Bear Minimum (Canmore/Banff) – an organisation of passionate volunteers and hard workers set out on a mission to promote a zero waste lifestyle. Helping eliminate single use plastics in Banff and Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Waste Free Edmonton – a grassroots, non-profit organization working to significantly reduce the amount of waste created in Edmonton by stopping it at the source. That means producing and consuming less at the front-end, and reusing and repurposing items wherever possible.
5 Gyres – paving the way for non-profits against plastic pollution, 5Gyres empowers action against the global health crisis of plastic pollution through science, education, and adventure. Their website is full of everything you might need to know about plastic pollution. They are the founding partners of Plastic Pollution Coalition.
Plastic Pollution Coalition – a growing global alliance of individuals, organizations, businesses, and policymakers working toward a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on humans, animals, waterways and oceans, and the environment. Great resources here!
Take 3 for the Sea – This take-action NPO is an inspiring and community-engaging organisation based in Sydney, Australia. Follow them for some great insight into how just one person can make a difference.
Zero Waste Canada (ZWC)– a NPO focused on teaching Canadians to waste less, advocates at all government levels to promote responsible resource management and policies, all the while providing education and awareness of our need to use less.