TransformTO Reports & Resources
On this page, find Staff Reports, Briefing Notes, community engagement results, and research related to the TransformTO climate action strategy.
TransformTO Implementation Update 2017/2018
The first update on the implementation of the City’s TransformTO Climate Action Strategy including, long-term goal indicators, short-term action updates and the 2017 local greenhouse gas emission inventory is available: TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable & Prosperous Toronto Implementation Update 2017 and 2018
Summary Report: Indigenous Strategic Discussions on Toronto's Climate Strategies
The City is exploring collaborative approaches to involve Indigenous Traditional Knowledges (ITK) and Indigenous communities in designing and delivering urban climate action in Toronto. To initiate the development of the framework, the City partnered with Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) to design, host, and report on the outcomes of a workshop with Indigenous communities on urban climate action. This report summarizes the learnings from the workshop.
Benefits of Climate Action - Research
The Environment & Energy Division commissioned three reports to explore how best to quantify the health, economic, equity and resilience benefits of the actions we take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto. This is an emerging field of research and these reports are a foundation upon which to build in partnership with stakeholders and academia:
2018 Briefing Notes
Report 2: The Pathway to a Low Carbon Future
- TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto Report #2 – The Pathway to a Low Carbon Future (April 2017)
- Modelling Advisory Group Summary Report (April 2017)
- Attachment A: Modelling Advisory Group Summary Report (April 2017)
- Attachment B: Modelling Toronto’s Low Carbon Future: Results of Modelling Greenhouse Gas Emissions to 2050 (April 2017)
- Attachment C: Evaluation of Potential Additions to TransformTO Report 1 Strategies (April 2017)
- TransformTO: 2050 Pathway to a Low Carbon Toronto – Highlights Report (April 2017)
Report 1: Short-Term Strategies
- TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto Report #1 (November 2016)
- Attachment A: TransformTO Short-term Strategies (November 2016)
- Attachment B: TransformTO Phase 1 Community Engagement Report (November 2016)
- Attachment C: Technical Backgrounder (November 2016)
- TransformTO Short-Term Strategies Business Cases (December 2016)
- Short-Term Strategies Financial Estimates (January 2017)
- 2017 Capital Budget Briefing Note (January 2017)
- TransformTO Short-Term Strategies – Highlights Report (November 2016)
City of Toronto Engagement Reports
Community Engagement Reports
From August 2015 to July 2016, TransformTO’s first phase of engagement encouraged residents to contribute their ideas to a shared vision of a low-carbon Toronto in 2050. A variety of engagement and outreach tools promoted participation from residents, community groups and stakeholders online and at events. More than 2,000 residents identified ideas and actions that will help build a healthy, equitable and prosperous Toronto as well as achieve our 80 per cent greenhouse gas emissions reduction target by 2050. All of the community feedback, community-submitted reports and other submissions were compiled and summarized in a Community Engagement Report.
Reports from community-hosted events:
- Ward 13 Brainstorm for a Sustainable City
- Ward 15 Community Consultation Report
- Ward 17 Let’s TransformTO
- Ward 18 Talks: The Environment – TransformTO
- Ward 19 Let’s TransformTO!
- Ward 21 Let’s TransformTO!
- Earth Day Presentation – Low Carbon Living
- People’s Climate Movement Community Conversation Report
- University of Toronto Scarborough Campus TransformTO Conversation
- St. Joseph’s Parish TransformTO Conversation
- Don Heights Unitarian TransformTO Conversation
Equity & Engagement Report
The Engagement & Equity Report created through the USDN Building Diversity Fellowship offers valuable advice for TransformTO going forward on how best to engage marginalized and equity-seeking groups in developing climate action plans and designing and implementing climate solutions.
Modelling Advisory Group Report
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