Toronto is a great city. #TOgether we can make it even better.
The City of Toronto has developed a climate change plan.
On July 4, 2017, the City adopted a plan to tackle climate change.
Funding for the plan is part of the budget process under way this fall.
The plan goes beyond reducing carbon emissions and provides a basis for actions to improve the city’s health, prosperity and equity.
Let’s get all the Councillors on board. Join us to give City Council confidence that Torontonians do want meaningful climate action.
Join the Picture 2050 Photography Contest.
Small actions can make a big difference! Let’s TransformTOgether!
To create a cleaner, healthier, and more inclusive city, we all need to show our support.
Take a photo of yourself with people you care about, doing something TOgether (big or small) to make the City a better place. For example, teaching your kids to recycle, going for a bike ride with your friends, planting a community garden with neighbours.
Share your photo on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) with the hashtags #TransformTO #TOgether to join the campaign! Include your Ward Number and your Councillor’s twitter handle. (see below to find them.)
Ask your friends and family to do the same.
This simple action by many people all over the City will show our Councillors and Mayor John Tory that there is deep and broad-based public support for a city climate change plan and all its beneficial actions. (We are doing our part and we expect/encourage them to do theirs.)
You can even take a photo with your City Councillor or the Mayor
While climate change is a global problem, we can take action right now, in our own city.
When many people join together, politicians listen.
Find your Ward or Councillor and your Councillor’s Twitter handle.
On this page, type in your address or postal code to get your ward number, and find your councillor.
Councillor twitter handles are listed here by ward or download a pdf list.
NOTE: The May TransformTO Report will proposes a long-term approach to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80% by 2050, leading to a low-carbon city that is healthier, more prosperous and more equitable.
See more information about the City’s TransformTO Report and Process.
PCM submitted our Vision for Toronto in 2050 to the City of Toronto as part of the city’s TransformTO public consultation.
PCM signed a joint letter of support for TransformTO Report #2 – The Pathway to a Low Carbon Future
SAMPLE TransformTOgether TWEETS