TransformTO is Toronto's new plan to fight climate change, improve our health, grow our economy, and improve social equity. Find out what Toronto will look like in 2050, how we'll meet our greenhouse gas reduction targets, and what you can do to help, because climate changes everything.
Toronto has developed a draft Pollinator Protection Strategy to identify additional actions that can be taken by the City and the community to support pollinators. We are looking for feedback on our proposed actions. Learn more and share your ideas!
Incentives are available to help fund the installation of green roofs and cool roofs on Toronto's homes and buildings. Time for a new roof? An eco-roof can reduce your energy use, reduce stormwater runoff, cool the air and more. Learn more and apply.
Try these local food recipes, find a farmers' market near you, and get tips to grow your own food in the city.
Save on green products and services when you #ShowYourCard at more than 500 shops, spas, and restaurants across Toronto. It's free to join!
Looking for ways to love local all year around? Check out these tips for growing, preserving, buying and cooking locally grown foods, every day of the year, including a list of farmers' markets that continue throughout the winter.
Save money and more with these energy-saving tips from Toronto Hydro and Enbridge.
If you're interested in greening your workplace - and even learning how to engage others and start a green team – check out our new Live Green @ Work pages. You'll find resources to help you get started, including tips, examples of what other organizations are doing, and more.
Track your water use, identify leaks and look for ways to save water and money with this new online tool from the City of Toronto.
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