The Inglewood Community League officially formed its sustainability committee in January 2019. Our aim is to improve our Community Leagues energy efficiency, offset our carbon emissions through on-site renewable energy, as well as reduce our community’s overall environmental footprint through outreach, education, and working together.


Right now the country, province, and our City of Edmonton have outlined initiatives to mitigate the effects of climate change through the reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and to transition our energy system into one that is more efficient and sustainable. Some of our members have recently attended the Energy 101 workshops through the EFLC Green Leagues program, and are now part of the Green Leagues Ambassadors Network. These workshops provide education and resources to help community leagues take advantage of the opportunities and funding now available to increase their efficiency, lower recurring utility costs through equipment upgrades, install solar PV (photovoltaic) systems, and decrease their overall environmental impact. There is a growing number of leagues in the city already pursuing or completely finished an energy efficiency upgrade and solar energy installation, and now it’s our turn to do our part. Enter the creation of our new Inglewood Sustainability Committee!

Initiatives & Benefits

  • Take tangible actions to mitigate the effects of climate change and reduce the carbon footprint of our community, for current members and future generations.

  • Energy Efficiency Upgrades for League Hall, funded through City & Provincial initiatives

  • Reduce and/or eliminate hall utility costs, freeing up funding for other community activities

  • Improve hall comfort and building performance

  • Installation of solar PV array on site to offset energy use, related carbon emissions, and generate renewable energy for the hall and surrounding neighbourhood

  • Investment in our community

  • Engage with our community and host information sessions on the efficiency and solar initiatives available, and how you can take advantage of the same technology, supports and programs in your own homes/lives

  • Initiate and encourage behavioural change for hall users and members to reduce wasted energy & water

  • Do our community’s part to improve our regions air quality, decrease dependence on fossil fuels, and lessen the environmental impact of our beautiful neighbourhood 

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