Peel carbon emissions dropped significantly in 2020 but could be back to pre-COVID levels: report
1/2022 - TORONTO STAR - Bryan Purcell, TAF’s VP of policy and programs, said the drop in Peel's emissions is temporary and preliminary data from last year shows that emissions are likely near pre-pandemic levels again.
Toronto just passed a host of new climate policies to support a net zero future
12/2021 - The Atmospheric Fund commends the City of Toronto on the new net zero by 2040 target and climate plan adopted by council this week, which includes a suite of actions and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the building and transportation sectors
Hydro rate hikes, widespread toll roads, free transit part of Toronto’s ‘aggressive’ plan for fighting climate change
12/2021 - TORONTO STAR - “We cannot afford to delay climate action for further planning. We urge Toronto Hydro and the city to ensure implementation of the climate plan beginning immediately, including quick-start actions around LED street lighting, EV charging and development of a large-scale solar and storage program,” TAF's Bryan Purcell.