Action Update: Toronto is One Step Closer to a Commercial Parking Levy
Thanks to people like you, Toronto City Council has taken the next step in implementing a commercial parking lot levy to fund the TTC.Learn more
MEDIA STATEMENT: Close to $3 billion in transit and climate funding left on the table, advocates say
Toronto could have raised up to $2.875 billion for transit and climate from big corporations over the last 5 yearsLearn more
TEA’s Key Takeaways from the 2023 City Budget
The City's 2023 budget won't meet the growing climate, affordability, and other big challenges that we face today.Learn more
Reusable Toronto Webinar recording - Shifting our city from single-use to reuse
On December 13th, TEA and the Reusable Toronto initiative hosted an online event, focused on how Toronto can ditch the disposables and make the shift towards reusables and a waste-free city!Learn more
A federal plastics ban is coming - what does this mean for you?
In June 2022, the Canadian government passed a ban on some single-use plastics - including plastic bags, cutlery, foam and black plastic containers.Learn more
MEDIA STATEMENT: Toronto and area carbon emissions rising as a direct result of Provincial government climate inaction and interference
Statement from TEA’s Campaigns Director Sarah Buchanan on TAF’s 2021 carbon emissions inventory.Learn more
Toronto Election Debrief - Did your Councillor take the Greener City for All pledge?
We're happy to say that a majority of Toronto's new Council took TEA's Greener City For All election pledge, committing to key actions. See who took the pledge below.Learn more
TORONTO ELECTION 2022: Waste, the City and our opportunity to ditch the disposables
Moving our city towards a zero waste future is good for people, the environment and local businesses. Next in our series on the election and the issues at stake, our Waste Campaigner Emily Alfred dives into the big opportunities for Toronto’s next City Council to shift Toronto towards reusables.Learn more