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Clean Air Partnership (CAP) will be launching our first blog on March 23rd, 2012. The blog will provide a one stop shop highlighting municipal clean air and climate change actions happening across the GTHA providing a picture of what a greener, more livable and resilient region would look like.
Eva Ligeti, Executive Director of the Clean Air Partnership (CAP) and other CAP staff contributed to this publication.
In 2011, Clean Air Partnership (CAP) delivered adaptation training workshops to staff and political representatives from a broad range of Ontario municipalities as part of the Ontario Regional Adaptation Collaborative. Through these workshops, and our other work on local climate change adaptation, we have connected with municipal representatives across Ontario and identified a number of key recurring gaps relating to climate change adaptation in Ontario municipalities:
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Is walkability, bikeability, mobility, or livability part of your work?
The WeatherWise Partnership: Toronto region's action group for extreme weather resilience
Formed in 2011, the WeatherWise Partnership is a group of more than 50 public, private and not-for-profit organizations from across the Toronto region that have begun working together to better protect the region's residents, organizations, infrastructure, and environment from extreme weather.
November 22, 2011 - We are pleased to announce that TCAT has changed its name to TCAT! That's right, the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation is now the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation. Read on to find out more about the reasons behind this change. Download the full press release here.
At CAP, we believe we can make cities greener, healthier places.
To do that, we work with Canadians, decision-makers and businesses to make the environment a top priority. We focus on strategies that will get results, which for CAP means influencing decision-making in the interests of liveable cities.How we do this: We tackle the most critical environmental and health issues of the day: clean air and climate change.
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