The Clean Air Partnership and City of Toronto will host municipal, provincial and federal elected officials at the 2017 Clean Air Council Summit. The Clean Air Council (CAC) is a network of 28 municipalities, representing almost 60% of Ontario’s population, who work collaboratively on the development and implementation of clean air and climate change mitigation and adaptation actions.
The June 8th Clean Air Council Summit will provide an opportunity for elected officials from all orders of government to announce upcoming climate change actions being undertaken in their jurisdiction and share the message of the key role municipalities play advancing air pollution and climate change solutions. The Summit will also provide a progress report on the 2015 – 2018 Clean Air Council Inter-governmental Declaration on Clean Air and Climate Change, highlighting priority action areas where all orders of government are working together to advance sustainable, livable communities.
The City of Burlington’s continued support and participation in the Clean Air Council has helped to make Clean Air Council member municipalities national leaders on the collaboration and implementation of clean air and climate change actions.
To register for the Summit, please click here. Registration is free.