Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is an important part of any municipality’s climate strategy.
Whether your climate strategy is still in development or you’re looking to refine an existing one, our Maturity Scale for Municipal GHG Emissions Reduction can help you identify and reach your climate goals.
Is your community looking to create green development standards? Read our case study and access helpful resources.
The City of Victoria plans to significantly reduce emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through a broad, comprehensive and collaborative strategy.
A major efficiency upgrade to the local arena is underway to reduce power consumption and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 75 per cent. Learn how the Bridgetown Community Recreation Association and The County of Annapolis, NS, are making it happen.
The City of Charlottetown, PE, has demonstrated a lasting commitment to reducing its GHG emissions and recently completed its corporate GHG inventory for 2013-2016. Learn more about the steps they are taking to lower emissions.
Winnipeg Metropolitan Region is planning to support its growth by making it easier for people to travel in and across the area.
Learn how Malartic, Quebec is developing an active transportation plan to increase walkability and reduce GHG emissions.
Retrofitting residential buildings are key to reducing municipal GHG emissions yet projects often face challenges. See how a toolkit based on feedback from several Ontario communities can help local governments meet their reduction targets.
Use the Energy Poverty and Equity Explorer tool to better understand energy poverty in your municipality and develop clean energy programs to reduce it.
Funding partner organizations so they can provide training and support to groups of municipalities to foster deep emissions reductions.
Join this national network of 350+ municipalities and learn how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and act on climate change.
The Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program is a five-year $75-million program, delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.