Climate and affordability depend on these essential building code updates
3/2022 - Ontario’s building code is only updated every five to seven years, so we can’t afford to miss this opportunity to reduce carbon emissions by building better buildings that are cleaner and more affordable to operate. Read our recommendations to align it with an affordable, net zero future.
Embracing the challenge of multisolving
3/2022 - Many of the big, complex problems we face cannot be resolved without acknowledging their inter-connections. Multi-solving is based on the idea that “siloed” thinking is part of the problem. Only by working to find solutions that “float more boats” can we access the innovation generated in working across diverse sectors and create truly equitable solutions.
$500M boost for ArcelorMittal Dofasco secures future steel jobs for Hamilton, province says
2/2022 - CBC- Ontario's quest to replace coal-fed coke ovens and blast furnaces with new, low-emission technology got a major boost on Tuesday, with the province contributing up to $500 million in loan and grant support to Hamilton's ArcelorMittal Dofasco plant.
Three key climate measures for Toronto’s 2022 budget
2/2022 - Council will vote on the City Budget this Thursday: what do we want to see most? To continue its role as a climate leader, Toronto needs to shift to implementation in top three climate priority areas: Climate Lens Policy, electrification of public bus fleets, and green development standards.