Mobilizing local climate action
Municipalities have a big role to play in implementing community energy and climate plans
Municipal governments collectively hold direct and indirect control over more than 50 percent of the national inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The importance of local governments in the battle against climate change was recognized in 1997’s Kyoto Protocol.
As a member-state to the UN, Canada was a signatory to the Kyoto Protocol. By 1999, the federal government of the day created a rigorous multi-stakeholder planning process – including municipalities – that resulted in Canada’s
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