Sustainable Kingston supports and recognizes organizations that are accelerating the shift to a low carbon economy.

With guidance and tools from our experienced team, our green economy leaders are measuring, reducing, and setting targets on their carbon footprints.

How it works

When a business becomes a member, they gain access to a suite of resources that help them advance sustainability within their organization. 

  • Carbon Footprint Services*

  • Access to 12 badges that Encompass a Wide Range of Sustainable Actions

  • Annual Sustainability Reports

  • Sustainability Recognition

  • Access to a Database of Sustainability Projects

  • Access to Seminars & Workshops

Working directly with program staff, our members are able to move sustainability from an idea into implementation within their organization. 

Meet our members:

Want To Know more?

Check out our Green Economy program video showcasing a montage of a few of our Green Economy Members.


Green Economy Canada:

Sustainable Kingston's Green Economy program is one of 7 Green Economy Hubs across Ontario supporting networks of businesses to set and achieve sustainability targets. Together we are demonstrating a more sustainable economy is possible.

There are currently 7 Green Economy Hubs hosted by community organizations focused on driving sustainability. Together, we work with over 250 businesses across Canada.

Check out the Green Economy Canada Leader Board.

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Green Economy is supported by the City of Kingston & aligns with both the Kingston Climate Action Plan & the Sustainable Kingston Plan.


*Metrics included in the carbon footprints vary among members. All include electricity and natural gas consumption at a minimum, and many members also track the use (and associated carbon emissions) of elements such as water, landfill waste, recycling, compost, and fuel use by fleet vehicles.  All analyses are in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard as published by the World Resources Institute and World Business Council for Sustainable Development.