Mission Amnistie Internationale’s mission is to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated.
Mission A public interest organization, Vivre en ville contributes to the development of sustainable communities, working at the building, street, neighbourhood and agglomeration levels.
Mission ENvironnement JEUnesse, a non-profit environmental education organization, has been active in Québec since 1979. It promotes critical thinking and environmental awareness among youth under the age of 30. ENJEU has more than 1000 members, of which nearly 150 are educational institutions.
Mission The Conseil régional de l’environnement de Montréal (CRE-Montreal) is an independant non-profit organization working to protect the environment and promote sustainable development in Montreal.
Event Venue Award - Vivats Gala 2014 The Centre received the Event Venue Award during the 3rd edition of the Vivats Gala, held on April 16, 2014. Organized by the Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables (Quebec council for eco-friendly events), this contest aims to reward responsible best practices in Quebec event planning.
The Centre for Sustainable Development holds various events for citizens, experts and elected representatives.
The Centre for Sustainable Development mandated Equiterre to organize guided tours of the Centre, the first building to obtain LEED® Canada NC Platinum certification in Québec. Accompanied by a qualified guide, discover the building’s innovations in responsible use of materials, water and energy management and air quality.
Have any questions about sustainable development? The Centre for Sustainable Development has answers for you! In our directory [in french only], you will find useful resources and possible courses of action to help you demystify certain issues.
The Centre for Sustainable Development’s free, self-guided exhibit is open to the public [French only]. Its interactive terminals and information panels describe basic green building principles as well as techniques and materials used for constructing the Centre.
Site 50 Ste-Catherine St. West (corner Clark), in the heart of Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles. Lot size 1384.5 m² (14 903.1 ft²) Building area 6360 m2 (68 461 ft2) Number of floors 5 Main use of building