Our backyard represents so much.
From the diverse ecosystems of Western Canada to the agricultural environments around our communities to our homes where we spend time with our families: Our backyards are our communities.
Co-op knows that our success and the health of our communities are mutually dependent. In our decision-making, we consider social, economic and environmental impacts so we can meet the needs of today without compromising future generations’ ability to meet the needs of tomorrow.
We’re committed to protecting our backyard.
At Co-op, sustainability is more than our environmental commitments and actions—it’s how and why we operate. It takes constant adaptation to meet the changing needs of our members and communities, but each Co-op across Western Canada is built serve their community and can make changes right in their backyard.
We’re proud of the sustainability work we do, and we want to share it.
Co-op organizes our sustainability efforts in four different categories, allowing us to prioritize activities, measure impact and be accountable to our communities at each level. These initiatives are already underway, and more will be added as our sustainability work progresses.