Keep Your Fabrics Toxic-Free this Fall
With a change in season comes a change in clothes! As you begin switching over to warmer jackets and cozier blankets this fall, find out how you can clean your delicate and 'dry clean only' items with toxic free alternatives.Learn more
Council asks the right questions - with TEA's help
At a Council Meeting last week, Councillors approved the next phase of the Long Term Waste Management Strategy development. Several Councillors used TEA’s materials and messages to call for reducing and recycling more waste.Learn more
Public Pumped at City’s TalkTransformation!
Last night, a capacity crowd of 200 came out to hear panelists give their ideas about what the city can do get ready for the severe weather climate disruption will bring to Toronto. Another 250 people were on a waiting list to get in.Learn more
Conserve Energy and Get Ready for a Severe Weather Future
What is the most important thing we must do to get ready for the severe weather climate disruption will bring Toronto? That’s hopefully the question city officials and thought leaders will be discussing at 7 pm on Thursday, September 24th at U of T when the city kicks off its first TalkTransformation! event geared towards getting a comprehensive climate change plan for the city.Learn more
TEA visits Green Condo in Scarborough
Located in Scarborough, 430 Mayfair on the Green has over 1000 residents, but it only generates one dumpster of garbage per month! This building is reducing, reusing, recycling and composting over 80% of their waste.Learn more
Warnings from Mimico Creek's Oil Spill- NOW Toronto
The province says this summer's accident has been cleaned up, but Toronto Wildlife Centre reps have lingering concerns.Learn more
What’s our Pan Am score for air quality?
While many Torontonians are keeping count of how many medals Canada has won during the Pan Am Games, TEA’s keeping score of something else: how Toronto’s air quality is performing.Learn more
The Great Lakes Are Too Precious to Risk: Editorial - Toronto Star
Canadian and U.S. authorities must do more to protect the Great Lakes as environmental groups document the threat posed by pollutants.Learn more