TORONTO (November 25, 2014) – The global campaign to ban neonicotinoid pesticides took a big step forward in Ontario today. The provincial government — using its own pesticide control legislation — will reduce the use of neonicotinoid pesticides by 80%. The Sierra Club Canada Foundation looks forward to participating in the public consultation in Ontario. […]
Metrolinx is hosting a “Big Conversation” about their plan to get the GTHA moving. Attend a Public Roundtable Meeting in your area to learn more.
Canada Walks hails new report on preventing pedestrian deaths released by Ontario’s Office of the Chief Coroner, calling it a breakthrough in efforts to create walk-friendly communities.
Pedal your way to a greener city and spread the joy of cycling across the GTA!
The German Consulate and the Sustainability Network invite you to a presentation and reception on Monday, November 21 at 5pm.
A provocative discussion by thought leaders and stakeholders on the progress made towards global sustainability since the 1992 Rio Declaration.
Toronto – The Ontario government will not, with its current programs, meet its targets for reducing greenhouse gases (GHGs). This is just one conclusion from the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s recently released 2011 Greenhouse Gas Progress Report.
Through support for Evergreen Brick Works, Ontario is helping to launch a new project that will advance new technologies in energy, transportation, green building design and water and waste management.