Posts Filed Under: climate change
Fighting climate change, means changing how we travel. Rail has the potential to replace cars and airplanes.
Over the past 13 years, the TRCA has helped 60 hospitals cut a combined 100,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, saving close to $28 million.
The beach will re-open on July 31 after being closed to the public since May due to extensive flooding.
The plan for a low-carbon city can move Toronto into the future—if we commit to making it happen.
Severe flooding on Ward's Island has led to a plunge in business at the Rectory Café. It will close for good in October.
Green bonds are helping to fund the transition to a renewable energy-based economy.
Here's some of the items you'll want to keep your eye on this week.
“If we allow sharks to disappear from our oceans, the balance will be gone and our oceans will die, and if our oceans die, mankind goes with it."
Rather than invest in transit, the Province is spending $81-million to preserve the mobility of 905 residents.
An Interview with Matt Price, co-organizer of the Guerilla Archiving Movement.
New program increases capacity to deal with rainfall and melting snow.
The "all things hydrological" film festival runs to Sunday.
The Trans-Mountain pipeline could become “Canada’s Standing Rock.”
Climate change is already well underway, but with some smart choices Toronto can mitigate the impact.
Toronto was accepted into a global initiative called 100 Resilient Cities this year.
We explain what the provincial government's proposed cap and trade system is, and how it might work.
As Toronto anticipates worse storms and more flooding, Boston's Deer Island wastewater facility has planned for the worst.