Federal Sustainable Development Strategy
The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS) provides Canadians with Government of Canada sustainable development priorities, establishes goals and targets, and highlights government actions from 41 federal organizations over the next three years.
The 2016–2019 FSDS was tabled in Parliament in October 2016. With 13 aspirational goals for a more sustainable Canada, the 2016–2019 FSDS demonstrates federal leadership on climate change, and includes the environment-related 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, measurable and ambitious targets, and the role that partners play.
- A draft of the Strategy was released for public consultation February through June 2016. You can see a summary of what Canadians said and what we did with your input in the Consultation Synthesis Report.
- The final 2016–2019 FSDS was tabled in Parliament October 6, 2016. (Also available in PDF; 6 MB)
- The Government of Canada has agreed to support the recommendations of the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development on amendments to the Federal Sustainable Development Act.
2016–2019 FSDS (October 2016)
2013–2016 FSDS (November 2013)
- Synthesis Report: Public Consultations on the Draft 2013–2016 FSDS (November 2013)
- 2013–2016 Management Framework (June 2014)
2010-2013 FSDS (October 2010)
- Synthesis Report: Public Consultations on the Draft 2010–2013 FSDS (August 2010)
- 2010-13 Management Framework (June 2011)
FSDS Progress Reports
2015 Progress Report (February 2016)
2012 Progress Report (February 2013)
2011 Progress Report (June 2011)
Departmental Sustainable Development Strategies
View Departmental Sustainable Development Strategies for federal departments and agencies with responsibilities under the FSDS.
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