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Resilience and Transitioning To Fossil-Free Urban Environments: Montrealers Are On It!

by Hélène Montpetit

March 2, 2016 – The City of Montreal is consulting its citizens to get their suggestions as to how to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. As usual, the community has stepped up!

Click here to access a collection of briefs filed by community groups.

These documents are a great source of information and ideas for anyone interested in finding out more about resilience and transitioning to fossil-free living.

See briefs filed by Montreal community organisations on reducing greenhouse gas emission in the urban environment.
See briefs filed by Montreal community organisations on reducing greenhouse gas emission in the urban environment.

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Concordia Transitions 2016: Montreal Food Sovereignty Movement has an End Game

From left to right: Declan Rankin Jardin of Alvéole, Tereska Gesing of Urban Seedling, Cameron Stiff of Compost Montreal, Robyn Rees and Loic Freeman-Lavoie of the Hudson Land Trust.

by Hélène Montpetit

On Saturday, February 13th, the Concordia Food Coalition held its third annual Transitions Conference, bringing together Montreal food sovereignty activists to discuss issues pertaining to food policy, food production, land use and waste management. Among the encouraging news shared was a nascent collaboration toward building a more cohesive, sustainable food system for Greater Montreal. Continue reading “Concordia Transitions 2016: Montreal Food Sovereignty Movement has an End Game”

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