Fall 2018 Ontario climate change plan update: The Ontario government is now inviting comments from the public on what should be in a new “made-in-Ontario” climate change plan. We encourage you to submit your feedback here by Nov 16th: https://www.ontario.ca/fo…/tell-us-your-ideas-climate-change
Not sure where to start?
Here are some good resources for ideas on some key features that should be included in a provincial climate plan:
Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s Climate Action in Ontario: What Next? Report here: https://docs.assets.eco.on.ca/…/Climate-Action-in-Ontario.p…
Environmental Defence Canada’s blog on six actions that should be part of Ontario’s new climate plan: https://environmentaldefence.ca/…/six-actions-that-should-…/
The Atmospheric Fund’s blog on Ontario’s climate policy cancellations: http://taf.ca/whats-taf-reviews-ontarios-climate-policy-ca…/
and TAF’s GTHA Regional Carbon Emissions Inventory which provides data on Halton main emission sources (Spoiler: Halton’s top ghg emission sources are buildings & transportation) and reduction opportunities (pg 21): http://taf.ca/publications/gtha-emissions-inventory-2018/
Burlington Green Environmental Association’s advocacy team’s thorough submission to the provincial government on the cancellation of cap and trade: https://www.burlingtongreen.org/n…/1329-advocacy-in-action-2
Conservation Ontario’s blog on Seven Actions to Address Climate Change.
Ontario Clean Economy Alliance’s Comments on the cancellation of cap and trade.
Happy November! Keep it up! We can do this!