For the first time, the Ontario government will price carbon pollution through a cap and trade system that links with Quebec and California. With a historic policy so close to implementation and the federal government considering a national carbon price, Ontario has the chance to […]
While hundreds of speakers line up at City Hall to add their voices to the Uber-taxi debate, the issue of Toronto environmental policy is in the cross-hairs. Air pollution and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transportation are a major concern for Toronto. While all other […]
How can we bring optimism and engagement to bear in creating the low-carbon city of the future? John Robinson offered some insightful answers to these questions this week’s 2016 Eric Krause Memorial Lecture at the University of Toronto. Professor Robinson recently came to Toronto from […]
TAF and the City of Toronto are seeking design, facilitation, and a synthesis report for three multi-stakeholder working group meetings.
The Minister of Environment and Climate Change has recognized jus for the TowerWise Retrofit Project with Toronto Community Housing
Province announces $17 million expansion funds for TAF to facilitate strategic and ongoing climate action