The City of Toronto’s Subcommittee on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation held its first public meeting in early March. More than 300 citizens attended the meeting, where city staff presented a background document outlining the city’s GHG reduction targets, progress to date, and the current sources of city emissions. Also highlighted were the risks to public health and city infrastructure as a result, partly, of increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events. So what can Torontonians expected over the next few decades when it comes to extreme weather? It doesn’t look good.




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