Toronto takes second place in the WWF’s assessment of the top ten Canadian Cities Taking Action on Climate Change. Although it strikes me as more than a little odd that the detailed notes for Vancouver, Montreal and Victoria give actual data for emissions reductions already achieved and/or future targets, while Toronto’s just gives some vague fluff about the programs we have going, along with a link to a City of Toronto sustainability page that hasn’t been updated since 2003. So who paid for our ranking??

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  1. Your blog title took on a totally different meaning since I read your post immediately after reading about Canadians’ water usage at the Globe and Mail: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/the-hot-button/canadians-think-before-you-flush/article1950645/ .

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