Public invited to provide input on actions and priorities for climate action in Toronto


The City of Toronto invites residents to attend a public meeting in Scarborough to share their views on actions and priorities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto. Residents’ input will help to inform the next short-term implementation plan that is being prepared for the City’s TransformTO climate action strategy. The plan will be presented to Council in early 2020.

The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. on Thursday, August 8 in the rotunda of Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr.

The public can register to attend the meeting at

The City’s newly-formed TransformTO Reference Panel on Climate Action will be on hand to hear from residents. The panel consists of 30 randomly selected residents who volunteered to help identify priorities for climate action in Toronto. 

Additional opportunities for the public to provide input to the plan will take place this fall. Details will be announced later in the summer. 

More information about the TransformTO climate action strategy and the Reference Panel on Climate Action is available at

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