The Toronto 2030 District is a private-public initiative committed to achieving a low-carbon future. We are a broad stakeholder network comprised of property owners and managers, tenants, utilities, government, service providers and civil society within Toronto’s downtown core. Our focus is on reducing building-related energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions.
- Quantify. Develop and disseminate a better understanding of District-wide energy consumption, water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions to inform more strategic program development, better policy and more meaningful stakeholder outreach.
- Connect. Act as a catalyst, connector and advisor to accelerate the adoption of best practices, conservation program participation and knowledge transfer within the District.
- Collaborate. Convene key stakeholders in the local building sector to help create a more effective building conservation community across all building types in the District.
- Mobilize. Work with District stakeholders to identify systemic barriers to conservation and provide platforms and tools for collective action to overcome them.
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