About Montréal Climate Summit

The Montréal Climate Summit is the annual gathering of the Montréal community to take stock of what has been done and what remains to be done for the City of Montréal to achieve its climate objectives, while strengthening its resilience by 2050. Each year, this is an opportunity for institutional, economic, union, nonprofit and philanthropic players, including leaders and senior executives from the city's various sectors of activity, to consult and mobilize around concrete actions. Announcements and commitments are expected in order to act better, faster and further for the climate.

The Montréal Climate Summit is organized by the Montréal Climate Partnership, in
collaboration with the City of Montréal.

About Montréal Climate Partnership

The Montréal Climate Partnership (MCP) is an independent initiative bringing together economic, nonprofit, philanthropic and institutional organizations. Its objective is to mobilize the Montréal community to help reduce Greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 and put the city on the path to carbon neutrality by 2050.

The MCP follows the successful collaboration established in 2018–2019 by a group of philanthropic foundations with the City of Montréal and C40 cities to develop the City's Climate Plan, and draws inspiration from the best mobilization models around the world, such as the Boston Green Ribbon Commission and the London Business Climate Leaders. The initiative places Montréal among the world's leading C40 cities by making the ecological transition a pillar of its economic prosperity and attractiveness. The initiative is funded by the Foundation of Greater Montréal, the Trottier Family Foundation, The McConnell Foundation and the City of Montréal.

Learn more at www.climatmontreal.com/en