The “Plan de développement de la zone agricole” (Development Plan for the agricultural zone) is designed to mobilize the boroughs, demerged cities and agricultural partners to develop sustainable and ecological agriculture.
Since 2015, the “Schéma d’aménagement et de développement” (land use planning and development concept) has established the major orientations related to land use planning and development for the 16 municipalities and the 19 boroughs of the island of Montréal.
With its Climate Emergency Plan, Saint-Laurent aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030. The Plan also aims to protect biodiversity and prepare for climate change.
To become carbon neutral by 2050, Montréal must radically reduce GHGs produced by buildings that consume large quantities of energy. To achieve this goal, the city has introduced a by-law that requires owners of large buildings to disclose the sources and amounts of energy their buildings use.
The 2022-2025 Strategic Plan stems from a reflection, analysis and consultation exercise that began in October 2020, which brought together more than 500 people from community partners, employees and Saint-Laurent residents.
Montréal is a world leader in urban agriculture through its many citizen, community and commercial initiatives. This strategy supports the practice of sustainable urban agriculture.
With the 2030 Montréal Agenda, the city has made tangible commitments to sustainable social and ecological transition. The agenda is intended as a reference point for creating high-quality living environments through revisited practices and processes.
By 2023, Montréal wants to increase and diversify the supply of electric transportation by developing more sustainable, affordable and accessible mobility options. The Transportation Electrification Strategy will help the city achieve this goal.
With the Montréal Policy for Community Action, the city recognizes and promotes the importance of community groups and organizations, its valuable partners in regards to their contributions to society and their expertise.
By subscribing to the Vision Zero Action Plan, Montréal has made a strong commitment to road safety. Through concrete, multilateral actions, with the support of its partners, the city aims to have zero deaths and zero serious injuries on its roads by 2040.
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