Organisations non gouvernementales

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Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute


ABMI tracks changes in Alberta’s wildlife and their habitats from border to border, and provide ongoing, relevant, scientifically credible information on Alberta’s living resources. For our province’s land use decision-makers. For Alberta’s future land stewards. For Albertans.

Contact Role
Tara Narwani Acting Director of the Information Centre

Alberta Ecotrust Foundation


L’AEF est un bailleur de fonds et des capacités pour des groupes environnementaux d’Alberta. On investisse dans des solutions qui protègent nos systèmes naturels. L’un de nos grands projets, Project Blue Thumb, est un laboratoire d’innovation sociale multipartite dans le bassin versant de la rivière Red Deer, conçu de prendre une approche globale pour protéger la qualité de l’eau.

Contact Role
Rod Ruff Program Director
Amy Spark Environmental Program Coordinator


Projects Affiliates Description


Red Deer River Watershed Alliance


RBC Foundation

ConocoPhillips Canada

Red Deer and District Community Foundation

Alberta Culture and Tourism


 Projet Blue Thumb: L’action sur des problèmes de qualité de l’eau est une initiative de laboratoire social organisée conjointement par Alberta Ecotrust et l’Alliance des bassins hydrographiques de la rivière Red Deer. L’équipe de laboratoire est composée de 29 leaders de changement devoués du gouvernement, des entreprises, du milieu universitaire, du secteur à but non lucratif et du public, qui se sont réunis autour de la question «Comment pouvons-nous travailler ensemble pour maintenir ou améliorer la qualité des eaux de surface et des eaux souterraines au bassin hydrographique de Red Deer River? ”
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Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

(Pan-Canadian –

Contact Role
Alison Ronson Executive Director, Northern Alberta Chapter

Telus World of Science Edmonton


TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) inspire l’apprentissage tout au long de la vie alors que nous créons une culture scientifique et technologique positive dans notre région. Le centre des sciences est un organisme à but non lucratif conçu pour motiver les gens à apprendre et à contribuer aux progrès de la science et de la technologie pour se renforcer, leurs familles et leur communauté.


Contact Role
Allan Nursall Chief Executive Officer

Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark



Tumbler Ridge Geopark logo

The Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark (TRUGG), located along the Rocky Mountains in Northeastern BC, is a recognized territory of internationally significant geoheritage. With dozens of world-class palaeontological discoveries, including the world’s only tyrannosaurid trackways, and breathtaking trails to the base of waterfalls taller than Niagara and moving through alpine meadows in the midst of glaciers, caves, and wild rock walls, the TRUGG offers an outstanding landscape to be explored.

The Global Geopark Network was formed at UNESCO headquarters in Paris in 2004, and UNESCO formally adopted Global Geoparks in 2015 as a new program for earth heritage, alongside World Heritage Sites and Man and the Biosphere Reserves. There are currently 127 UNESCO Global Geoparks worldwide, with only two Geoparks in Canada – Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark in St. John, New Brunswick, and Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark. The geological heritage sets Geoparks apart from World Heritage and Biosphere sites, and together all three site designations celebrate the world’s cultural, biological and geological diversity while promoting sustainable development.

As a UNESCO designation, the TRUGG is committed to ongoing scientific research, in addition to public education and community outreach. Opportunities for research in our Geopark are broad, as we are relatively unknown and wild. With extensive National Parks along the Rockies to the south and the Muskwa Kechika Management Area to the north, we are an important gap in the knowledge along the Rocky Mountain corridor.

Contact Role
Sarah Waters Executive Director

Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

(Banff, Alberta –

Contact Role
Vincent Varga Museum Director

Wildlife Conservation Society Canada

(Pan-Canadian –

Contact Role
Donald G. Reid Conservation Zoologist

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

(Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Yukon and USA –

Contact Role
Jodi A. Hilty President and Chief Scientist
Aerin Jacob Conservation Scientist and Liber Ero Fellow
Harvey Locke Co-Founder and Strategic Advisor

Yukon Invasive Species Council

(Whitehorse, Yukon –

Contact Role
Maxine White Director