The Economic Literacy Project (ELP) centres on training and knowledge building that supports the development of a smarter and sustainable economy.
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St. Michael & All Angels Church
(south east corner of St. Clair and Wychwood, enter from Wychwood through wooden gates, come up to 2nd floor)
Franz Hartmann, Executive Director, TEA (Toronto Environmental Alliance)
A recent study commissioned by the city predicts that Toronto will face dramatically warmer temperatures and an increase in heavy rainfall over the next thirty years. What are the implications? How will this new, more tropical climate affect our infrastructure? What about our homes? Please join us at this important meeting to learn more about what the study predicts, what the city is -- or should be -- doing and what we can do to prepare.
For some useful background, here are two key documents:
1) Toronto’s Future Weather & Climate Driver Study: Outcomes Report
2) Toronto’s Future Weather & Climate, Presentation to Parks & Environment Committee, Jan. 29, 2013