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The Municipal Net-Zero Action Research Partnership (N-ZAP) is undertaking an assessment of the current state of local climate action in Canada. Survey results will be made available in a public database and used to inform the development of cutting-edge and practical climate resources for municipalities. No matter where your community is in the climate action journey, we want to hear from you!
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Regional and municipal governments working TOGETHER on climate action
Navigating the relationship between upper and lower tier governments as it relates to climate change can often result in a jurisdictional quagmire. In this session, speakers will share examples of ways regional governments can effectively work with their member municipalities to advance climate action towards a low-carbon, resilient future.
Scaling up implementation towards net-zero
Municipalities across Canada are implementing key decarbonization strategies such as building retrofits, district energy, and EV charger networks. In this session, join industry leaders in an interactive discussion on a range of decarbonization solutions and how these could be implemented in your community to meet net-zero targets.
Integrating health equity into municipal climate action plans and policies
Implementing low-carbon solutions through the lens of equity and inclusion has the potential to improve community health. This workshop will explore what health equity means, and how municipalities can better integrate these considerations into the design and implementation of policies and climate action plans.
Mitigation and Resilience on Canada’s Main streets
When viewed as an organizing unit for infrastructure, main streets offer the ideal conditions to implement local place-led climate solutions. Join the Canadian Urban Institute in an interactive workshop to explore how main streets provide a framework to implement place-led strategies for climate action.
401 Richmond St W (Suite 204)
Toronto, ON M5V 3A8