The Atmospheric Fund
The Atmospheric Fund invests in urban solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution
9/2020 - …
7/2020 - Whitby declared a climate emergency almost exactly one year ago; this fall’s decision on the Whitby Green Standard will be the first litmus test of the Town’s commitment.
6/2020 - The new normal of spending more time at home underscores the importance of this deep retrofit project for the families who live there.
4/2020 - A "one-stop shop" approach can get retrofit projects off the ground fast.
3/2020 - Achieving carbon neutrality will require leaving no stone unturned, no building un-retrofitted, and no emission reduction opportunity ignored.
2/2020 - TAF’s first deep retrofit is possible through partnership with Building Up.
12/2019 - December 16: TAF has today published data that reveals the carbon emissions emitted in the GTHA. This data shows more needs to be done, and quickly, if governments are to meet their climate commitments.
12/2019 - TAF’s first deep retrofit is underway.
11/2019 - This autumn season is bringing an unfolding of fresh new leaves of the Low Carbon Cities Canada initiative.
11/2019 - TAF’s first deep retrofit is underway.
10/2019 - Emmay Mah describes how a TAF grant helped understand how community hubs can create wider engagement with climate solutions.
10/2019 - Funded by a grant from TAF and the City of Toronto, our research group set out to create an on-road emission inventory using traffic count data.
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