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Why Toronto Needs A Strong Resilience Strategy To Survive The Climate Crisis

Why the City Of Toronto can’t fight the challenges of the future without a strong and timely resilience strategy

Sustainability, Environment, Economy, Decarbonization, Global Warming, Climate Change, Sustainable Business, Resilience, Sustainable Cities, Cities, Resilient Cities, Toronto, Climate Adaptation, Climate Resilience, Climate Action, Climate Plan, Equitable Cities, Equitable Design, Environmental Justice, Social Justice, Policy, The SustainabilityX® Magazine


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With fossil fuel blackmail characterizing a new form of “energy warfare”, the Ukraine-Russia crisis has shaken the roots of global energy policy. While barbaric attacks on a sovereign nation like Ukraine by a fossil fuel giant like Russia powering the entire European continent shouldn’t have been what jolted the world to finally take action on a long-pending energy transition, the political reactions of European governments are moves both welcomed by climate activists and scientists, alike. The Ukraine-Russia crisis has done what the pandemic couldn’t, despite widespread global advocacy for a green post-pandemic recovery - but that is the most unfortunate part.

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