Climate Emergency Action Plan

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The City of London is continuing to develop our community’s Climate Emergency Action Plan. As a result of COVID-19, the plan was disrupted, but the City is now creating more time and opportunities for Londoners to provide input.

The Climate Emergency Action Plan is an urgent response to our changing climate. The goals are to reduce London’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30% by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050.

A recent report to the Municipal Council’s Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee provided an update of the development of the Climate Emergency Action Plan, actions that have been under way, the revised schedule, initial ideas for engaging the community and London's businesses, and plans to carry on the work.

Developing the Climate Emergency Action Plan will be an ongoing process. Additional information and opportunities to provide input will continue to be posted later this fall and winter. You can subscribe for email updates on this page where more information will be shared.

Please provide feedback below in a number of ways.

  1. Quickly leave a comment or share an idea online.
  2. Complete a Feedback Form – A list of high level actions to potentially be included in the Climate Emergency Action Plan are presented here, separated into categories related to how we live, move, grow, green and prosper.
  3. Review the Discussion Primer of potential actions – This document details potential high level actions and their supporting actions that could be included in the Climate Emergency Action Plan. Participants can fill out the Discussion Primer online, or complete and submit it as a PDF.
  4. Connect with the project team directly by contacting climateaction@london.ca



The City of London is continuing to develop our community’s Climate Emergency Action Plan. As a result of COVID-19, the plan was disrupted, but the City is now creating more time and opportunities for Londoners to provide input.

The Climate Emergency Action Plan is an urgent response to our changing climate. The goals are to reduce London’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30% by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050.

A recent report to the Municipal Council’s Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee provided an update of the development of the Climate Emergency Action Plan, actions that have been under way, the revised schedule, initial ideas for engaging the community and London's businesses, and plans to carry on the work.

Developing the Climate Emergency Action Plan will be an ongoing process. Additional information and opportunities to provide input will continue to be posted later this fall and winter. You can subscribe for email updates on this page where more information will be shared.

Please provide feedback below in a number of ways.

  1. Quickly leave a comment or share an idea online.
  2. Complete a Feedback Form – A list of high level actions to potentially be included in the Climate Emergency Action Plan are presented here, separated into categories related to how we live, move, grow, green and prosper.
  3. Review the Discussion Primer of potential actions – This document details potential high level actions and their supporting actions that could be included in the Climate Emergency Action Plan. Participants can fill out the Discussion Primer online, or complete and submit it as a PDF.
  4. Connect with the project team directly by contacting climateaction@london.ca


  • The City is asking you, your business, or your organization to help us identify what our community feels should be included in the Climate Emergency Action Plan. If there are additional actions that you feel would be critical to this plan, please add them as well. This feedback form takes approximately five minutes to complete. 

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  • The City is requesting that you, your business, or your organization review the list of potential actions and supporting actions for inclusion in the Climate Emergency Action Plan. This feedback form may take more than ten minutes to complete, and is best viewed on a desktop computer.

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