Who are we? 

The Leadership Team of the Halton Climate Collective, (HCC) is comprised of environmental leaders and engagers from:

 Conservation Halton,  Town of Oakville,  Town of Halton Hills, City of Burlington,  Halton District School Board,  Halton Catholic District School Board,  University of Waterloo, Region of Halton and the Halton Environmental Network

Top Image: The Honourable Pam Damoff and her Youth Council participating in Youth Charrette. Middle Right and Left: Oakville Charrette, Bottom Right: Burlington Charrette, Bottom Left: Milton Charette

Group of local organizations focused on collectively transforming the community of Halton into a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Align our organizations to leverage our expertise, secure new funding opportunities, promote our individual organizations  and drive local collective change.

We work together to tackle the challenge of climate change and ensure successful ghg mitigation for the community of Halton.

We've added it all up!

✓416 questionnaires completed
✓52 youth questionnaires completed
✓Over 200 email addresses collected
✓Over 130 charrette participants + 75 youth
✓17 in Milton, 33 in Oakville, 43 in Halton Hills, & 27 in Burlington + youth
= Lots and lots of great ideas!

The Community has told us!

✓They love Halton’s connected communities and our access to greenspace
✓They want to sustain our quality of life in Halton
✓They are already doing a lot to reduce local greenhouse gas emission, but are ready to do more!
✓They are looking for great ideas to demonstrate how individuals and collective action can make an impact in our community.

What's Next for the Halton Climate Collective?

Next Steps for 2019:

1. Introduce Halton Climate Collective Youth Stakeholders: 2 students from each geographic municipality in Halton: Oakville, Burlington, Halton Hills and Milton, and both the HDSB and the HCDSB are equally represented.

These dynamic young people are helping shape the HCC theory of change, conduct outreach, inform their peers of their work, and are tasked to plan a Youth Summit that will be held in Fall 2019. The Youth Summit will be designed by Youth for the Youth. 

2. Design two living laboratories to embed in our community. These labs will show collective action and results. The labs are innovative and will highlight ghg mitigation action in community. 

3. Promote and highlight current work being propelled by the HCC Leadership Team. 

4. More education and workshops that inspire our community to do more.

5. Finesse our action plan based on what our community has told us. This plan will include all the things the community wants us to track and communicate:
  • individual action that is trackable, 
  • fun competitions to engage community 
  • rewards and incentives, 
  • hyper-local ghg mitigation strategies,  
  • collective action projects.
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