We believe resilient organizations and people have the capacity to lead Canada’s transition to a sustainable and equitable economy. We’re living in a period of unprecedented technological, social, and environmental change. These disruptions represent an enormous opportunity for transition to achieve social justice, protect the planet, and power a green economy.
Canada needs professionals across organizations and sectors who can navigate and accelerate the transition. Current academic solutions have fallen short in breadth, scale, and speed to develop capabilities in people eager to work on these opportunities.
We promote the adoption of capacities, practices and mindsets of Transition Leadership across the Canadian economy. Discover our agile educational pathways to new possibilities, helping you solve the problems of today for a better tomorrow.
Learning to solve
The Transition to a sustainable and equitable economy is ripe with opportunities for people at every stage of their career path. Our programs and free content are designed to provide accessible opportunities to the diverse community of ambitious professionals motivated to work for a better world.
Impact is achieved through collaboration and community participation.
We are building a movement and nurturing the community of Transition Leaders in Canada with funders, partners, and network who are leading the transition.
Academy for Sustainable Innovation is spearheading the transition to a sustainable, equitable economy in Canada.
Our team is dedicated to promoting the adoption of capacities, practices and mindsets of Transition Leadership across the Canadian economic landscape.
Who’s supporting Transition Leadership in Canada
Academy for Sustainable Innovation is spearheading the movement for Transition Leadership to a low carbon, socially inclusive economy in Canada.
How change is happening
The job of sustainability professionals has changed. In this article and podcast, learn how corporate sustainability leaders are using collaboration and co-design to evolve CSR strategies, by decentralizing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and climate work, and embedding them across organizational teams.
In this ASI Network series conversation with desert ecologist Malory Owen, hear how plentiful data has added valuable opportunities for research design and participation while reducing carbon impacts.
In this ASI report, explore how emerging technologies are advancing environmental solutions and the opportunities this presents for philanthropy and investors.