Action proposed in Montreal's community GHG emissions reduction plan: adhere to and/or support regulations and action plans on GHG emissions, such as, the federal regulation for passenger vehicles and light trucks, the upcoming federal regulation for heavy vehicles, the federal regulation for automobiles, and the provincial action plan regarding electric vehicles, and the provincial regulation for large industrial emitters (greater than 25 kt eq. CO2). Also, develop a green taxi initiative so as to assure that 50% on Montreal’s taxis are electric-hybrid vehicles.Read More Read Less
Within the context of Montreal's GHG reduction plan, several district and extensive city governements have adopted a policy of building optimisation and energy efficiency.Read More Read Less
This program aims to rejuvenate Montreal’s parks and green spaces. It primarily targets ground permeability and shading capacity. It aims to improve storm water infiltration, to reduce the urban heat island effect, and to provide aesthetic spaces of rest or activity for the population.Read More Read Less
The City of Montréal, QC has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2010, the Transport, Other and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.
Mayor Valérie PlanteCity of Montréal, QC, Canada