Share your thoughts about coal development in Alberta with the Coal Policy Committee.

Share your thoughts about coal development in Alberta with the Coal Policy Committee.

Take Action

Help Protect Alberta’s Rockies and Rivers

Alberta Beyond Coal is one campaign among many that are working towards the end of open-pit coal mining in Alberta.

Your support, time and contributions will help the people and communities that are dedicated to protecting water and land from the impacts of coal mining.

What is Alberta Beyond Coal?

Alberta Beyond Coal is a campaign to support the people and communities that are building a future that will protect our Rockies and rivers.

Who is behind Alberta Beyond Coal?

Alberta Beyond Coal is organized by the Council of Canadians and the Alberta Environmental Network

Niitsítapi Water Protectors

Niitsítapi Water Protectors is a grassroots collective of Niitsítapi water and land protectors that protect the water and land within the traditional and treaty lands of the Blackfoot Confederacy.

CPAWS

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is Canada’s only nationwide charity dedicated solely to the protection of our public land and water, and ensuring our parks are managed to protect the nature within them. 

Participate

Government of Alberta Public Consultation

The Government of Alberta is requesting input on the future of policies surrounding coal development in the province. Participate and share your input.

Write a Letter

Call for a Federal Regional Assessment of All Metallurgical Coal Mining

On February 11, 2021, Niitsitapi Water Protectors launched a federal petition addressed to the Minister of Environment and Climate Canada, the Hon. Jonathan Wilkinson, requesting a regional assessment of all coal exploration and development in southwest Alberta and the cumulative impacts on areas of federal jurisdiction including Treaty and Aboriginal rights, species at risk, climate and fish and fish habitat.

Write a Letter

Tent Moutain Project Needs a Federal Review

The Tent Mountain Project, a coal mine proposed for the Rocky Mountains, plans to extract 4,925 tonnes of coal per day, just under the 5,000-tonne threshold that would automatically trigger a federal review.

Request that the Minister of Environment & Climate Change designate Montem Resources’ Tent Mountain Project for an impact assessment.