green cities

04/25/2017

Shared-economy and transit planning

During Transit Alliance’s Green Cities conference, the transit panel — consisting of Dianne Saxe, Ontario Environmental Commissioner; Bruce McCuaig, CEO of Metrolinx; Mary-Margaret McMahon, Toronto city councillor; […]
04/21/2017

What part do autonomous vehicles play in transit?

During Transit Alliance’s Green Cities conference, the transit panel — consisting of Dianne Saxe, Ontario Environmental Commissioner; Bruce McCuaig, CEO of Metrolinx; Mary-Margaret McMahon, Toronto city councillor; […]
04/11/2017

Transit and Green Cities

The Transit Alliance hosted its first annual Green Cities conference earlier this year. Over 300 people participated in the discussion, brainstorming and asking questions of expert panelists. […]
03/24/2017

What did the attendees think of Green Cities?

There was over 300 people who attended the Transit Alliance’s Green Cities breakfast earlier this year. Some of the attendees participated in the live discussion, or […]
03/17/2017

Mike Schreiner and Brian Crombie on Green Cities

The Transit Alliance hosted the first annual Green Cities conference in January. Mike Schreiner, leader of the Ontario Green Party, was a vocal member of the […]
03/01/2017

Automated vehicles and low-carbon communities

The Transit Alliance held it’s first Green Cities breakfast to discuss the state of the Greater Toronto Area in terms of sustainability and to explore ways in […]
02/24/2017

What are our priorities for a sustainable city?

Dr. Dianne Saxe, Ontario Environmental Commissioner, and Mary-Margaret McMahon, Toronto City Councillor, both spoke on a panel about transit during the Transit Alliance’s Green Cities breakfast. Dr. […]
02/21/2017

How do we transform into a low-carbon community?

Andrew Bowerbank, Sustainable Building Services at EllisDon Corporation, and Christopher Wein, President of Great Gulf, were both panelists at the Transit Alliance’s Green Cities breakfast. They […]
02/13/2017

An active audience at Green Cities

The Transit Alliance hosted a Green Cities breakfast last month and over 300 business and community leaders attended. The topics of discussion included transit and building […]
02/02/2017

Jennifer Keesmaat on Toronto as a green city

Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat was the keynote speaker at the Transit Alliance’s first (and hopefully annual) Green Cities breakfast. The purpose of the event was […]
01/27/2017

Keesmaat announces King St. Pilot Project at Green Cities

At the Transit Alliance’s Green Cities conference, Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat made an important announcement: the City of Toronto has officially launched the King Street […]
01/25/2017

Over 300 people attend Green Cities 2017

On Jan. 25, over 300 people entered the Bram and Bluma Appel Salon at the Toronto Reference Library to discuss and debate this question: How do we […]
01/11/2017

Will you be joining us for Green Cities 2017? You should!

Do you live in a green city? What can we do to make our city more sustainable? These are the types of questions experts, as well as […]
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