INHALE, a Dry Cleaning Scorcard, Climate Change Collaboration and NOW Award Winner

TEA wins the 2015 NOW Reader’s Choice Poll for Best Environmental Group.

TEA partners with Environment Hamilton to launch the INHALE Project, Canada’s first mobile air monitoring initiative that uses citizen science to engage local residents in monitoring neighbourhood air quality.

TEA launches the consumer-focused Dry Cleaning Scorecard to identify toxic chemicals used by dry cleaners and to increase the demand for safe alternatives.

TEA collaborates with 4 urban environmental groups (Ecology Ottawa, Environment Hamilton, Citizens Environment Alliance in Windsor and Oakvillegreen Conservation Association) to coordinate climate change efforts.