Road transportation is currently the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in Montréal, accounting for about 30 per cent of total emissions.
Montréal is committed to transforming its municipal building inventory by using renewable energy and improving energy efficiency to deliver better environmental performance. Businesses and residents are also encouraged to adopt eco-friendly solutions.
The city has adopted a climate test to ensure that all its actions and operations contribute to the fight against climate change. It is committed to serving as an example in all its decisions in order to achieve carbon neutrality.
Montréal is committed to becoming a carbon-neutral city by 2050. Achieving the ecological transition will require that we all make an effort. The active participation of the city, businesses and residents will be key to reducing our carbon footprint.
Trees and green spaces reduce the effects of climate change. Greening is thus among the city’s core actions. What commitments has the city made? How can businesses and residents help the city meet those commitments?
In response to the climate emergency, Montréal is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions with the objective of becoming carbon-neutral by 2050. The 46 measures in the Climate Plan will set Montréal on the path to being a resilient, inclusive and carbon-neutral city.
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