The Green Action Agenda's Role in Election 2014
October 9: TEA issues Enviro Report Cards for Mayoral Candidates
TEA graded the results of the Green Action Agenda Survey, with a special Report Card for the 3 top Mayoral Candidates.
Also available: Results for the other Mayoral Candidates and Results for Council Candidates by Ward. Here is the TEA Press Release and the Media Response.
September 27: TEA holds a Mayoral Debate on the Environmental Issues
TEA invited the top mayoral candidates to our debate, based on the Green Action Agenda. John Tory and Olivia Chow had a lively discussion. Doug Ford did not attend. The big winner? The Environment!
Debate Report by TEA Executive Director, Franz Hartmann.
August 7: TEA surveys candidates on the Green Action Agenda
TEA asked all candidates for Mayor and Council fill out our environmental survey. The responses allowed us to tell Toronto residents who was willing to invest in the crucial environmental issues contained in TEA's Green Action Agenda.
August 1: TEA asks voters to question their candidates
TEA provided voters with questions to ask the candidates to see where they stood on environment issues. The questions went to audience members at all-candidates meetings, to comunity events and to residents visited our Canvass Team. See the Questions here.
July 31: Volunteers ready to engage voters.
Over 30 enthusiastic volunteers became Green Action Agenda advocates. After attending training on the five key environmental issues, they attended community events, all candidates meetings and debates to encourage concerned Torontonians to discuss the issues and talk to their candidates.
June 28: TEA issues Enviro Report Card for 2010-2014 Toronto Council
TEA grades City Councillors and the Mayor on their environmental performance over the past 4 years based on how they voted on 31 crucial issues. Summary of the Results. Download the full Report Card (PDF) TEA Press Release: Scholars vs. Slackers