Join thousands at the largest, wildest, greenest, most adventurous events in Ontario’s southwest.
For 2019's Go Wild, Grow Wild, Green Expo the London Environmental Network has partnered up with Carolinian Canada Coalition to make this year's Expo the biggest and greenest to date! If you haven't been to Go Wild, Grow Wild before - now's your chance.
Calling all #WildOnes!
Differentiate yourself from the competition and attract your ideal partners/customers by supporting this inspiring, locally-focused, family-friendly, action-packed event with a diverse and fast-growing base. Go Wild Grow Wild will inspire attendees to GO on a wild adventure, GROW wildlife gardens, and live a GREEN lifestyle in Carolinian Canada.
A Unique Opportunity
Be part of this unique opportunity to connect with thousands at the largest gathering of the region’s citizens, experts, organizations, groups and businesses committed to growing a GREEN future. Go Wild Grow Wild inspires Ontarians to discover wild places, get outdoors, grow great gardens, and live green in Carolinian Canada, from Toronto to Windsor.
A ground-breaking series of events and digital content for outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers, gardeners & green people
By joining Go Wild Grow Wild, your brand will be seen by thousands of Ontarians who are looking to connect with world-class parks and trails, local gardening supply stores, family vacations, and guided tours.
An exciting full-time opportunity is available at Green Economy London (GEL) at the London Environmental Network (LEN). Working with the Executive Director and GEL Advisory Committee this position will lead the growth of a new Green Economy Hub. The Hub Manager is a passionate entrepreneur, a collaborative leader, and deeply committed to shaping a community-led sustainability Hub in London from the ground up.Read more
London businesses will be excited to learn that a Green Economy Hub will soon be launching locally, hosted by the London Environmental Network (LEN). Green Economy London will join six other Green Economy Hubs in Ontario communities that support and celebrate businesses as they set and achieve sustainability goals. To date, businesses in Green Economy Hubs have collectively reduced 59,105 tonnes of GHGs – the equivalent of taking over 12,600 cars off the road for one year – while increasing their profitability.Read more
On September 25, 2018, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario released her 2018 Greenhouse Gas Progress Report, Climate Action in Ontario: What’s Next?, to the Ontario Legislature.
The report calls on the provincial government to create a climate change law that drives down emissions while funding sensible solutions. A meaningful climate law needs science-based emissions budgets, a legal obligation to stay within those budgets, and credible, transparent progress reporting.