The Mayor’s Tower Renewal program targets the environmental sustainability of Toronto’s many aging towers. Currently in its pilot phase, there are [pilots sites located across Toronto, which will produce energy efficiency and the overall environmental impact of the towers.
A set of ‘made-in-Toronto’ measures for sustainable development. Achieving the TGS performance measures will help meet the City’s Climate Change Action Plan, while improving air and water quality, and enhancing the natural environment.
A group of incentive programs provided by the City of Toronto for multi-unit residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings to reduce water consumption. These include Commercial Washer Rebate Programs and others.
Designed to promote the use of green and cool roofs on Toronto’s commercial, industrial and institutional buildings, and to help Toronto’s business community take action on climate change.
The Eco-Roof Incentive Program complements the City’s Green Roof Bylaw,which applies to new building permit applications for residential, commercial and institutional development made after January 31, 2010, and will apply to new industrial development as of January 31, 2011.
Designed to help the City of Toronto pursue its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality, TAF serves as an “incubator” and “accelerator” of great ideas to address climate change that often face significant obstacles.
LiveGreen is a valuable resource to assist residents of Toronto with making smart choices on how to live, travel, shop, eat and play.