Alberta Election 2019

Environmental Platform Survey Results

The Alberta Environmental Network connects Albertans and environmental groups that are dedicated to preserving and protecting Alberta’s environment. We are a non-partisan and non-advocacy group that does not take a position on issues but rather supports and enables collaboration amongst our members.

In March 2019, we asked Alberta’s seven major political parties with candidates in the provincial election to complete a brief survey on their environmental platform. This questionnaire was an opportunity for every political party to speak on topics that are important to our members.

We received survey responses from:

  • Alberta Liberal Party
  • Alberta New Democratic Party
  • Green Party of Alberta (one page response)
  • United Conservative Party

These parties declined to complete the survey or did not respond to the survey request:

  • Alberta Party
  • Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta
  • Independence Party of Alberta

Here are the 15 questions we asked Alberta’s political parties and the unedited responses that were submitted.

Download the survey responses


About the Alberta Environmental Network

The Alberta Environmental Network (AEN) connects individuals, groups and organizations that are working toward a common purpose to share information and resources. We facilitate dialogue between environmental groups, government and other stakeholders. To build the capacity of environmental groups, we provide training and support. We encourage fair process in governance and decision-making in local and provincial governments.

As a non-advocacy group, the AEN does not take a position on issues but rather supports collaboration. Our diverse membership of individuals and groups has priorities relating to biodiversity, conservation, air, water, land use and more. But we are unified with the same goal: a healthy and sustainable Alberta.