Councillor Shelley Carroll

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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Climate Change Action Forum

You're invited to help create the City of Toronto's Climate Change and Clean Air Action Plan.
On Sunday, April 29, Toronto will host a Climate Change Action Forum and will begin - with your help - to develop the plan that will see residents, businesses, industry and the Toronto Government take action to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and smog-causing pollutants.

Climate Change Action Forum
Sunday, April 29
Exhibition Place
Direct Energy Centre, Hall C
Open House: Noon-1 pm
Forum: 1- 4:30 pm

Give us your ideas on what should be contained in the Plan such as energy conservation, solar, wind and other renewable energy sources, creating more green space and other activities that reduce greenhouse gases and smog.

Provide feedback on potential actions identified in Change is in the Air.
Discover ways that you can work in partnership in your community as an individual, as a business, as an association or other organization to help achieve Toronto's climate and clean air targets.

Participants can register in advance by calling 416-338-0338.

For more Information Please read the City's discussion document on climate change and clean air called Change is in the Air: Toronto's Commitment to an Environmentally Sustainable Future at

Can't make it to the Forum?
You are encouraged to get involved and provide your feedback in other ways:
Call: Access Toronto 416-338-0338. TTY 416-338-0889.
Toronto Environment Office
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.,
21st floor, East Tower
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

"As Canada's biggest city we have an opportunity to lead by tremendous example. Reducing greenhouse gases is THE issue of our time. Maybe of all time." - Mayor David Miller