Our Organization


In April 2019, Partners in Project Green completed its 2019-2023 strategic refresh. This update will allow for continuous improvement, increased flexibility and accountability, and broader membership engagement. It provides closer alignment the goals and strategies of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and partner municipalities, and with Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) updated strategic plan.

View The Strategic Refresh


Our History

The development of Partners in Project Green was the culmination of more than a decade of partnership between the Greater Toronto Airports Authority and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).

These two organizations envisioned a community of like-minded businesses pulling together for the betterment of both the environment and the local economy. After extensive consultation with businesses and various levels of government, Partners in Project Green: A Pearson Eco-Business Zone was officially launched in the fall of 2008.

The goal: to develop the Pearson Eco-Business Zone as an internationally recognized community known for its competitive, high-performance and eco-friendly business climate.

Aerial, Pearson International Airport, November 2008


Our Strategy

The Partners in Project Green Strategy was developed in 2008 with the input from local businesses and all levels of government: Executive Summary | Full Strategic Document | Appendices

In 2013, Partners in Project Green underwent a rigorous strategy review. Read the 2013 update.

In 2019, Partners in Project Green completed its 2019-2023 strategic refresh. Highlights include:

  • Putting greater emphasis on conducting relevant research to support municipalities and the business community
  • Increasing focus on sustainability impact and performance
  • Accelerating innovation through collaboration, engaging different stakeholders, and expanding business models
  • Improving fiscal sustainability by continuously diversifying funding sources and looking at new business models

You can download a copy of the strategic refresh, or view it online using the document reader below. (Select Read Now for a full-screen view; select the arrow to the right to advance to the next page.)