City government's greenhouse gas reductions propel Toronto towards Kyoto compliance updated|
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The Toronto Atmospheric Fund issued this news release on April 29. Please note
that this updated version lists a new location for the news conference, which
will now take place today at 2 p.m. in Committee Room 3 in City Hall.
2pm - Thursday, May 1, 2003
Committee Room "3"
City Hall, 2nd floor
New report details how - and how much
The City of Toronto's work since 1990 to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
from its own operations have made it a national leader in the fight against
The City's efforts have paid off so handsomely that Toronto as a whole is on
its way to compliance with the Kyoto Protocol, the international agreement to
slow the emissions of GHGs that are destabilizing the planet's climate patterns.
The extent of the City's success will be detailed for the first time in a
report to be released at Thursday's news conference.
On hand to release the report and respond to questions will be Councillor David
Soknacki, Chair of the Toronto Atmospheric Fund (TAF); John Warren, Director of
Environmental Service, Works and Emergency Services, and Philip Jessup,
Executive Director of TAF.