Toronto Election 2022
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
[VIDEO] TEA’s Election Debrief: What do the election results mean for Toronto’s environment?
Now that the election is over - it’s time to get to work to hold our new City Council accountable to their commitments and fiercely advocate for the city we need. On Wednesday, November 2nd, our campaigns team hosted a webinar about the election results, the issues we’ll be pushing for in Council’s next term, and how you can help.Learn more
Statement from the Toronto Environmental Alliance on Municipal Election Results
Toronto’s newly-elected City Council includes a majority of candidates who pledged their support for key climate and environment priorities in the next term. Now, it’s time for Councillors to follow through on this pledge and build a green, equitable and livable future for Toronto.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
MEDIA RELEASE: Toronto Environmental Alliance releases list of City Council candidates pledging support for key climate and environmental actions
Today, local advocacy organization the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) released a list of over 60 Toronto City Council candidates who have pledged to support TEA’s top four climate and environmental actions if elected on October 24th.Learn more
Election 2022: Why Toronto urgently needs new climate funding tools
In 2021, Toronto passed a bold new climate plan - but how do we fund the transformation to a net zero city? To kick off our series on the environmental issues at stake in Toronto’s municipal election, we dive into how Toronto’s next City Council can use new climate funding tools to transform Toronto into the sustainable, healthy and equitable city we deserve.Learn more
This election, vote for a Greener City for All
Next month, we’ll head to the polls for the municipal election. This election is important: who we elect to City Council will hold power at City Hall during a critical window to act on the climate crisis, make Toronto more resilient to climate impacts like extreme heat and flooding, and create a local circular economy.Learn more