IT'S GETTING WETTER
12 % increase in precipitation over the last 50 years
IT'S GETTING WARMER
Ontario is 1.5ºC warmer than in 1948
IT'S GETTING WILDER
Increased storm internsity and variability
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Who We Are

A group of organizations focused on collectively transforming the community of Halton into a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Our Mission

The HCC will be the leaders of the local regional effort and lead the transformation towards a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Take Action

Let your voice be heard. Complete our surveys and sign up for our newsletter.

Participate

Who We Are

A group of organizations focused on collectively transforming the community of Halton into a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Our Mission

The HCC will be the leaders of the local regional effort and lead the transformation towards a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Take Action

Let your voice be heard. Complete our surveys and sign up for our newsletter.

Participate

Engagement

The community has told us

Halton Climate Collective Infographic

The Halton Climate Collective (HCC) is comprised of environmental leaders and engagers from: Conservation Halton, Halton Region, Town of Oakville, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, City of Burlington, Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board, University of Waterloo, and the Halton Environmental Network. The Leaders of the HCC work together to respond to the challenges of climate change to create a climate-resilient, low-carbon Halton Community.

You asked. We measured. The HCC completed the first ever local greenhouse gas inventory to determine the amount of greenhouse gases emitted from Halton residents’ homes, and personal vehicles. Data was collected from several reliable sources, in collaboration with others. We used the Greenhouse Gas Protocol for community-scale GHG emissions inventories.

You spoke. We listened. The HCC distributed the Every Action Counts Survey to the community so we could learn more about what Halton Residents are doing to reduce their personal greenhouse gas emissions.Over 2400 Halton Residents responded.  

Here are the results from the inventory and survey:

 Share the infographic with your family and friends to spread the word on what we can do
 to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions to create a more climate-resilient, low-carbon community.

 

We can all act on climate, together.

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