TEA has evaluated and graded almost 30 mayoral and over 200 council candidates in all wards of the city based on a survey of 20 'yes' or 'no' questions about the 6 Environmental Priorities identified by TEA and endorsed by organizations and individuals across the City.
News & Updates
Help Keep Toronto Green Ask your Councillor to make the environment a priority over the next 4 years! We're collecting letters from people across Toronto to send a strong message to the new Council in December. We've got over 500 letters so far, but we need more!
Today, Torontonians woke up to a newly elected mayor, Rob Ford, and to a newly elected Council. Throughout his election campaign, Mayor Ford made it clear that he was not interested in the environment.
Vote for the City you want!
On Monday, it's time to vote for the Toronto you want.
Our mid-campaign report card examines what the top Mayoral candidates have said about Toronto's six Municipal Election Environmental Priorities. These priorities are endorsed by a growing list of community and environmental organizations across Toronto.
On Wednesday, we released our Environmental Report Card grading the top mayoral candidates on our survey of 20 "yes" or "no" questions.
On Monday, we released our Candidate Report Card grading over 200 council candidates on their answers to 20 yes or no questions on our 6 Environmental Priorities. The response was overwhelming: the majority of candidates care about the environment!
Join us for our Environmental Mayoral Debate on Sept 23rd
Today, we sent out a survey to Toronto Mayoral and Council candidates. This survey asks candidates a series of yes or no questions related to our 6 Municipal Election Environmental Priorities and endorsed by 40 organizations across Toronto.
On June 8th 2010 at City Council, TEA helped pass a motion to stop incineration of Toronto’s sewage sludge at the Highland Creek Treatment Plant in Scarborough.