Welcome to the Ontario Environment Network.

Welcome to the Ontario Environment Network (OEN) website! We are a non-profit, non-governmental network coordinating the efforts of over 500 Ontario environmental groups working towards and promoting protection of the environment.

The OEN offers many services: we provide a central referral service for anyone seeking environmental information, organize workshops and conferences, publish resource materials, facilitate issue-specific caucuses, and maintain a database of Ontario environmental groups as well as a delegate database for public consultations.

Reshaping Energy 2017: Opportunities and Impacts of Reducing Canadian GHG Emissions - April 11-12, 2017

Canada's greenhouse gas emissions profile is about to change. What does this mean for Canada's economy, provinces, industries, environmental not for profits, and, citizens? The Conference Board of Canada will host Reshaping Energy 2017: Opportunities and Impacts of Reducing Canadian GHG Emissions on April 11-12, 2017 in Ottawa, and OEN is acting as promotional partner. Join the event at a reduced rate or as a delegate.

2016 Annual Gathering and Conference

Future Directions: Environmental Strategies for a Sustainable Ontario. The Ontario Environment Network Annual Gathering took place at The West End Well in Ottawa on Saturday June 11, 2016 with an optional event on Sunday June 12th.

Time to renew!

It's time to renew your membership, or join! Your membership fee gives you access to many benefits and services from Group Insurance to a Community Forum - plus free publicity such as inclusion in our newsletter and directory!

AssociCom Community Shut Down Notice

Effective March 1st, the OEN will be shutting down the AssociCom Tool. Existing users should download their files from the library by this date. We are investigating other communications solutions and will keep you updated. Please let us know if you have any questions!

New Caucuses - Biodiversity and Indigenous

At our 2014 Annual Conference, AGM and Networking event on May 3rd, we passed a motion to create a new Biodiversity Caucus, and create in principle an Indigenous Caucus. If your group is interested in these issues, these caucuses are for you!