Advancing knowledge and evidence to build support for safe and inclusive streets for walking and cycling.
A network of 30 + municipalities and health units from across Ontario that work collaboratively on the development and implementation of clean air, sustainability and resilience actions.
This simple calculator uses data to quantify monetary savings and emissions reductions through different work models adopted by employees – fully in office, hybrid, or fully remote.
The Climate Action Atlas showcases municipal climate mitigation actions undertaken in Ontario and inspires municipalities and communities to take up new and creative approaches to reduce the severity of climate change and build a more equitable and resilient society.
The Ontario Climate Caucus is a non-partisan network of almost 150 Ontario Mayors and Councillors working collaboratively alongside 300 additional Mayors and Councillors across Canada to build equitable, regenerative, and resilient communities.
The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) at Clean Air Partnership is reviewing ten Senior Safety Zones in Toronto to study the safety issues and barriers to active transportation faced by older adults and identify safety improvement opportunities.
Through this project, The Centre for Active Transportation at Clean Air Partnership has been using an innovative, evidence-based approach to incubate cycling in suburban environments by creating community bike hubs for people to learn cycling, meet other people who cycle, and go cycling together.
The Municipal Climate Lens Tool provides a preliminary, qualitative understanding of whether a municipal decision will affect climate (through the production of greenhouse gases) or be affected by climate (through increased exposure to temperature or precipitation).
The Climate Action Support Centre (CASC) advances climate action in the built environment by focusing on three core areas – Green Development Standards, Home Energy Efficiency Retrofits and Corporate Energy Efficiency.
Clean Air Partnership and Plug’n Drive are working in partnership to support the acceleration of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in Ontario through the advancement of municipal EV Strategies and an incentive program for consumers.
Clean Air Partnership has been selected by FCM to be the Ontario regional climate advisor for the FCM-ICLEI Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program. Leading a team including the Ontario Climate Consortium and the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources, Clean Air Partnership provides local expertise and resources to Ontario municipalities on climate change planning and implementation.
Through this project, Clean Air Partnership facilitated collaboration between federal, provincial, municipal governments and government agencies on communicating heat health information which resulted into the creation of an updated Ontario-wide Heat Warning and Information System.
Collaboration on Home Energy Efficiency Retrofits in Ontario (CHEERIO) project assessed the effectiveness of municipal Local Improvement Charge financing powers in accelerating deep residential energy retrofits and provided insights and guidance regarding full-scale implementation.
Complete Streets for Canada features research, best practice policy language, and design guidance for municipalities interested in adopting Complete Streets policies and guidelines.
Toronto Public Health and Clean Air Partnership convened an Air Quality Monitoring Roundtable to better understand and explore the interest across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area in developing a more collaborative air quality monitoring strategy for the region.
Ontario Energy Community of Practice (ECOP) provides education and capacity building for Ontario municipalities, utilities and other local stakeholders to develop and implement community energy plans, and helping connect local, regional and provincial energy planning initiatives.
Municipal Adaptation Training Program addressed the key considerations for municipal climate change adaptation; the impacts of climate change; assessing community risks and vulnerabilities; planning for adaptation; and integrating climate change adaptation measures into existing municipal goals, plans and programs.