Coalitions in Residence

Solutions to climate change require an unprecedented level of collaboration with industry, business, government and community.


In recognition of this, the Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College has a “coalitions-in-residence” program where we incubate collective impact initiatives focused on creating systems-level solutions to decarbonization challenges.


Bay Area Climate Change Council


BACCC is a collective impact initiative made up of 14 community leaders from organizations throughout the Hamilton-Burlington “Bay Area.” The Council’s vision is for the Bay Area to be a thriving, resilient net zero carbon community by 2050. The Council focuses on supporting action on “The Big Three” sources of emissions in the Bay Area: industry, transportation, and buildings.

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Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery

Former coalition-in-residence

C2R2 is a pan-Canadian coalition of colleges, cégeps, institutes and polytechnics aimed at bridging the skills gap for a resilient and climate-focused recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The coalition of colleges aims to quickly develop thousands of training and research opportunities to help Canadian access good jobs, support the transition to the low carbon economy, and foster inclusion, diversity, and equity..

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