SDG Ecosystem

In London, Ontario we have an incredible number of people and organizations tackling issues in all the seventeen sustainable development goals. The SDG framework provides an excellent opportunity for collaboration and we want to promote the growing number of local champions creating an intentional ecosystem.

Local Champions

Green Economy London

London Community Foundation

London Poverty Research Centre

Pillar Nonprofit Network


Western University

National Partners

Alliance 2030

Government of Canada – Sustainable Development Goals Data Hub

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)

SDSN Canada

Waterloo Global Science Initiative (WGSI)

Local Groups contacted for feedback

Middlesex London Health Unit, Urban Planning at City of London, Social Services at City of London, London Intercommunity Health Centre, rTraction, Pillar Nonprofit Network, Leads Employment Services, Centre for Environment and Sustainability at Western, Human Environment Analysis Lab at Western, Indwell, Huron College, ATN Access, Intersex London, London Economic Development Corporation, Fanshawe College, Middlesex London – Food Policy Council, Goodwill Industries, London Transit Commission Board, London Environmental Network, Upper Thames River, London Cycle Link, Canadian Freshwater Alliance, Conservation Authority, Sisters of Saint Joseph, King’s University College, Green economy London, Employment Sector Council London Middlesex, City Studio London, Urban Roots London, Kuwahs^nahawi Social Enterprise, and London Community Foundation.