Climate Change

Campaigns & Resources

REPORT: Community Hubs and Climate Change
As Toronto looks to address climate change and improve resiliency, local communities need to be engaged in developing solutions that serve community priorities. TEA collaborated with Enviromentum and the Toronto Community Benefits Network to explore the role community hubs can have in local climate actions.
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Climate Solutions that Work: Bringing Community Benefits and Climate Action Together
In partnership with Social Planning Toronto and the CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) has just released a new report that identifies best practices for leveraging investments in climate actions to create a range of community benefits.
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Climate Action and Community Benefits
Climate change is one of the biggest issues we face, with cities around the world grappling with how to slash emissions and build more resilient cities0. In Toronto, buildings and transportation account for almost 90 percent of our emissions. While reducing emissions from these sources is a big challenge, it is also an opportunity to create a more healthy and equitable city.
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The 2018 Urban Climate Alliance City Climate Plan Report Card
A new report card released by the Urban Climate Alliance (UCA) outlines how municipal governments in Ottawa, Toronto, Oakville, Hamilton and Windsor are addressing climate change. The report card finds that the five cities are facing similar challenges.
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Climate Engagement Design Principles
Effectively engaging the public is crucial to building support for a low carbon future. Here are seven climate engagement design principles that act as best practices to guide you through it!
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