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WELCOME WE WILL BEGIN AT 10:00 AM THEME: ENERGY USE AND GREENHOUSE GAS DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND USE Clean Air Council April 2012 Meeting.

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1 WELCOME WE WILL BEGIN AT 10:00 AM THEME: ENERGY USE AND GREENHOUSE GAS DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND USE Clean Air Council April 2012 Meeting

2 Agenda  Cory Slinger, Horizon Utilities’ Conservation and Demand Management Department: Energy Mapping and its Uses.  Katelyn Margerm and Simon Geraghty, Canadian Urban Institute: Integrated Energy Mapping for Ontario Communities: Lessons Learned and Next Steps  Peter Jude Bacalso, Region of Peel: Energy Data Collection, Inventory and Use  Dan Stone, GTA Chapter of Canada Green Building Council: Green Development Policy Hub Presentation  Emissions Inventory Roundtable and Discussion : All jurisdictions are asked to provide their input on experience, challenges, lessons learned and next steps with corporate and/or community energy inventories. Group discussion on what we would like to do with the data, how we would like to use it, next steps. Webinar folks, please provide your input via the phone line if you are on it. If you are just listening in via your computer if you can send your update via that would be great. or chat it in is an option  Green Economy Summit and Declaration Launch Discussion. 2

3 Emissions Inventory Roundtable and Discussion  All jurisdictions are asked to provide their input on experience, challenges, lessons learned and next steps with corporate and/or community energy inventories. Group discussion on what we would like to do with the data, how we would like to use it, next steps. Webinar folks, please provide your input via the phone line if you are on it. If you are just listening in via your computer if you can send your update via that would be great. or chat it in is an option too. 3

4 Webinar Instructions  If you have not already done so, please press * 6 on your phone to mute your line to cut down on background noise.  To un-mute your line just press * 6 on your phone again. It will tell you which has been done (you have been muted or un-muted) to you can keep track of that.  Feel free to ask questions during the presentation. Just press * 6 on your phone to un-mute.  If you are having any problems just chat into me or just raise your hand.  Please join in during the roundtable and share your experiences, resources, lessons learned, needs, next steps. 4

5  Chat function on bottom left – can send to whole group or select individual  Yes function is the check  No function is the X  Raise hand function is the hand sign  You can tell us if you are laughing, surprised, away, approve or disapprove, via the emoticons 5

6 Thank You  Thank You to all our presenters!  Thank You to all participants!  This webinar is being recorded, proceedings will be sent out via  Next Meetings:  Friday May 25 th, 2012: Green Infrastructure, Green Economy and Urban Forestry  Friday June 15 th, 2012: Active Transportation  Any comments, suggestions? Let us know  Have a great day. 6

7 Clean Air Council Green Economy Goals, Strategies and Actions  Goal:  To build a larger and more resilient green economy sector in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and Southwest Ontario region.  Strategies:  Develop a regional definition for the green economy in order to create greater consistency across the region on types of industries and services and types of green jobs that can be tracked over time.  Identify actions and lessons learned from other regional green economy initiatives.  Identify existing coordination between municipal sustainability/environmental policies/departments and economic development programs/departments. 7

8 Strategies (Continued…)  Identify opportunities to foster greater coordination, and prioritize goals and activities to achieve it.  Identify existing green economy clusters in existence across the Region.  Identify existing green economy training and education available in the Region.  Identify gaps and opportunities in clusters, training and education and partners to collaborate with to address those gaps and opportunities.  Identify effective policies at the federal, provincial, regional and local level that support the growth of green economy businesses and jobs.  Work with key clusters to identify opportunities to support and enhance the ability of those clusters to play a greater role in regional economic growth and sustainability. 8

9 Actions:  Undertake a summary of green economy reports and collaboratives, and identify key actions, lessons learned and possible partners.  Undertake a survey/interview of municipal coordination between sustainability departments and economic development departments.  Bring together key partners, lessons learned at October 26 th, 2012 Regional Coordination for a Greener Economy Summit. (If not enough key partners can be brought together for the October 2012 time period, then the Summit would likely take place in the spring of 2013.)  Identify regional green economy coordination next steps and goals at Summit. 9

10 Possible Presentations  Announcement and Signing of 2012 Clean Air Council Inter-governmental Declaration on Clean Air and Climate Change  Results of Clean Air Council Survey/Interviews on coordination between municipal sustainability/environmental policies/departments and economic development programs/departments  FCM and Sustainable Prosperity Building Canada’s Green Economy: The Municipal RoleBuilding Canada’s Green Economy: The Municipal Role  Removing Subsidies: Pamela Blais, Perverse Cities: Hidden Subsidies, Wonky Policy, and Urban SprawlPerverse Cities:  GLOBE Foundation: Coordinating and Supporting BC Green Economy Initiatives GLOBE Foundation 10

11 Possible Presentations  Sizing the Green Economy: US National and Regional Green Jobs Assessments: Metropolitan Policy Program at Bookings Sizing the Green Economy  Green Economy Regional Coordination activities in Atlanta; NY/Albany; Northeast Ohio and Puget Sound; Climate Prosperity Network  Canada BlueGreen Alliance: State of Southern Ontario’s Green Economy Canada BlueGreen Alliance  Greening Greater Toronto: Ontario Green Economy Clusters  Work in a Warming World: Defining the Green Economy Work in a Warming World  Sonja Persram, Financing the Green Economy via Energy Efficiency RetrofitsFinancing the Green Economy via Energy Efficiency Retrofits  Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance: The Challenge and Opportunity of Regional Coordination on building a Regional Green Economic Strategy Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance: 11

12 Possible Presentations  Think Green Alliance: brings green businesses together to promote and showcase their initiatives as well as provide an educational platform for businesses looking for ways to "green" their operations, vendors and offerings  Partners in Project Green: Building a Market for the Green Economy Partners in Project Green:  Toronto Workforce Innovation Group: The Green Economy and the Regional Labour Force Toronto Workforce Innovation Group  WorkGreen: Midwestern Ontario Green Jobs Strategy WorkGreen  Green Economy Network: The Role of Governments (Federal, Provincial and Local) Green Economy Network:  Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy: Consulting with Canadians on the Green Economy Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy:  Others? 12

13 Possible Afternoon Break-Out Working Groups  Defining the Green Economy – Industries, Services, Jobs  Status of Regional Green Economy - What we Know, What we Need to Know  Municipal Coordination and Cooperation Between Sustainability and Economic Development Departments – Next Steps  Green Economy Regional Coordination – Key Partners, Challenges and Opportunities  Others? 13

14 Possible Summit Sponsors/Partners  Enbridge Gas Distribution  Federation of Canadian Municipalities  Association of Municipalities of Ontario  Sustainable Prosperity  Canada BlueGreen Alliance  Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance  Toronto Region Conservation Association  Toronto Workforce Innovation Group 14  Green Economy Network  Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance  WorkGreen  Green Economy Network  Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy  David Suzuki Foundation  Pembina Foundation  Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy  GLOBE Foundation  Others?


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