All members of Low Carbon Cities Canada collaborated to create a joint Theory of Change in 2022.
We use this analysis to identify high-impact climate actions for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
We employ systems-thinking to define problems and to demonstrate solutions, using tools and strategies appropriate to the task including policy, finance, technology and/or social innovation.
We understand that risk tolerance is essential to innovation, and that strong innovation capacity is critical for addressing the complex issues faced by cities, including climate change. Our commitment to critical reflection, learning and sharing of results with stakeholders helps to grow proven solutions.
We use collaboration and partnership to mobilize resources and champions in ways that improve outcomes. TAF values participation, inclusion, and diverse viewpoints, knowing that consideration of different opinions generate better solutions, broader benefits and expanded public support. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, decision-makers and community leaders, TAF can influence decisions that prepare the way for deployment of climate actions at scale.