The Ontario election is coming up. Now more than ever, Ontario’s environment needs your commitment to vote.

A vote for the environment means a vote for meaningful action on climate change. It means a vote for protecting and growing the Greenbelt. It means a vote to stop runaway urban sprawl, to protect farmland and nature, to cancel Highway 413 and the Bradford Bypass, and build livable, sustainable and affordable communities instead.

Take the voter pledge and we will provide you with all the tools and information you need to make an informed decision, and to make your voice heard!

Pledge to vote for the environment on June 2nd!


Environmental Defence is a leading Canadian environmental advocacy organization that works with government, industry and individuals to defend clean water, a safe climate and healthy communities.



Where to start?

From cycling to solar, here are just a few of the many ways your next choice can contribute to a cleaner future for everyone.

Choose cycling

Avoid traffic and reduce pollution by getting behind the handlebars of a bike. Get to where you need to go at your own speed. Choose to pedal to a cleaner future now.

Choose an electric car

More affordable than ever, today's electric cars go the distance, require less maintenance and release no tailpipe emissions. Make your next car an electric car. Find out more.

Choose Energy efficiency

From insulating your home to upgrading your furnace, eco-friendly reno choices reduce your energy bills and reduce pollution. Love your home and the earth. Sign up to learn more.

Choose a home energy audit

Not sure where to begin to make your home energy efficient? Start with a home energy audit. Find out where your biggest energy drains are and how you can create change. Get started today. Sign up to find out how.

Choose solar

The cheapest and cleanest energy source in the world, solar will power the cities of tomorrow. You can power your home with it today. Fight climate change now. Sign up for more information.

I pledge to vote for the environment on June 2nd: