CLEAR FILTERS
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Report
See the progress PCP members in communities across Canada are making to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and take action on climate change. Read the report.
  • Climate change
  • Sustainability
Case study
Pickering's City Development Department coordinates corporate and community initiatives through its Sustainable Pickering program.
  • Climate change
Case study
In 2012, the City of Mississauga adopted its Living Green Master Plan (LGMP), an action plan that mobilizes policies and programs to meet the environmental objectives of the city's Strategic Plan.
  • Climate change
Case study
The City of Halifax adopted its corporate plan to reduce emissions in 2008 and by 2011 had achieved Milestone 5. By that time, the city had reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by more than 10,000 tonnes per year through a combination of energy efficiency retrofits and more efficient building designs.
  • Climate change
Case study
The City of Regina is one of the original members of the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program. Along with FCM, the municipality was a key stakeholder in the discussions that set the program targets for emission reductions.
  • Climate change
Case study
As a city with an extensive industrial base, it's not surprising that Hamilton's commitment to action on climate change has been driven by air quality.
  • Climate change
Case study
In 2009, Waterloo's regional council adopted its first Environmental Sustainable Strategy, committing the region to integrating sustainability into its decision-making processes.
  • Climate change
Case study
Unlike provinces in southern Canada, the northern territories spend proportionately more on heating to cope with a demanding climate. With higher costs come higher emissions, so it's easy to see why the City of Yellowknife focused on energy to meet its GHG reduction targets and to reduce costs.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
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