Toronto students and teachers are invited to enter the Make a Splash contest for a chance to win $5,000 to green their school. One elementary school and one high school will each win $5,000 courtesy of RBC. Enter by May 22.
The 2015 Clean Toronto Together was our biggest spring clean-up ever. Check out the final numbers!
Check out these grants and incentives from the City, Toronto Hydro, and Enbridge.
Save on green products and services when you #ShowYourCard at more than 500 shops, spas, and restaurants across Toronto. It's free to join!
Save money and more with these energy-saving tips from Toronto Hydro and Endbridge.
Need to replace your roof? The City provides incentives to help fund the installation of green and cool roofs on Toronto's buildings. Learn more and apply online.
Try these local food recipes, find a farmers' market near you, and get tips to grow your own food in the city.
Whether you're out enjoying our city's rich mosaic of parks, culture, dining and shopping, or simply going to work, there are all kinds of ways to get around that will make everyone feel better.
As a Live Green Toronto Volunteer, you can help spread the live green message to residents at events, shows and festivals across the city.
Toronto's largest outdoor celebration of all things green hits the streets of Toronto every summer with a green street market, live concerts, a swap zone, kids' zone, local foods, buskers and more.
Our monthly e-newsletter is a great source of info about green events, grants and other cool stuff that will help you stay informed, connected and living green. Subscribe now!
Want to find farmers' markets, community gardens, green buildings and more? Use this handy map to find out what's green in your neighbourhood and across our city.
Live Green Toronto’s how-to videos feature real Torontonians who are living green. Titles include how to start a community garden, install a renewable energy system, help your condo go green and more!
Meet the Live Green Toronto Awards winners and watch their videos.
The City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario are exploring options to initiate mandatory energy reporting and benchmarking requirements for large commercial and multi-unit residential buildings, where owners could be required to annually report on their building’s energy, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water consumption. Learn more about energy reporting and benchmarking.