Climate Action Plan

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The City of Burlington has declared a Climate Emergency and on April 20, 2020 a community-based Climate Action Plan was approved at Council.

The plan includes seven key program areas to help the community transition away from the use of fossil fuels, particularly for buildings and transportation.

We have partnered with the Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College to develop a home energy efficiency retrofit (HERO) program that will work to reduce household carbon emissions, but first we need to hear from you. Click the link to share how we can support you in reducing carbon emissions. Survey closes October 25, 2021.

Read what the City of Burlington is doing to take action on climate change.

The City of Burlington has declared a Climate Emergency and on April 20, 2020 a community-based Climate Action Plan was approved at Council.

The plan includes seven key program areas to help the community transition away from the use of fossil fuels, particularly for buildings and transportation.

We have partnered with the Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College to develop a home energy efficiency retrofit (HERO) program that will work to reduce household carbon emissions, but first we need to hear from you. Click the link to share how we can support you in reducing carbon emissions. Survey closes October 25, 2021.

Read what the City of Burlington is doing to take action on climate change.

  • Prior to launching a pilot program, we want to hear from Burlington residents about their homes and their thoughts on the proposed program.  This survey will take approximately 8 - 10 minutes to complete.   

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