Draft Climate Emergency Action Plan to go to Committee of Council February 8, 2022

Over the course of the last year two years, the City has collected ideas and feedback from residents and businesses helping develop London’s Climate Emergency Action Plan (CEAP). A report to Council’s Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee on February 8, 2022 provides an update on the plan’s engagement and development to date.

Thank you to everyone who provided input into the development of the Climate Emergency Action Plan to help London move towards net-zero emissions and become a more resilient community.

The draft plan is supported by ten implementation workplans:

  • Engaging, Inspiring and Learning from People
  • Taking Action Now (Household Actions)
  • Transforming Buildings & Development
  • Transforming Mobility & Transportation
  • Transforming Consumption & Waste as Part of the Circular Economy
  • Implementing Natural & Engineered Climate Solutions & Carbon Capture
  • Demonstrating Leadership in Municipal Processes & Collaborations
  • Adapting & Making London More Resilient
  • Advancing Knowledge, Research & Innovation
  • Measuring, Monitoring & Providing Feedback

The workplans are included at the end of the draft Climate Emergency Action Plan, which is in the “Documents” section of this webpage.

The City is continuing to collect comments from residents and businesses as staff further refine the CEAP and plans for implementing ongoing community engagement.

You can leave a comment on this webpage at getinvolved.london.ca/climate or email the project team at climateaction@london.ca

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