Ajax Climate Risk & Resiliency Plan, 2019 and its associated Implementation Strategy is a corporate and community resilience plan.
Community Adaptation / Resilience Plan
The Town of Aurora Climate Change Adaptation Plan supports the Town to align with provincial and regional directions on climate change including the Ontario Regulation 588/17, and the Town’s Asset Management Policy and climate change initiatives.
Barrie's Climate Change Adaptation Strategy has been developed to address the physical, economic, social, and ecological impacts of climate change.
The City of Brampton is developing its first Climate Change Adaptation Plan. The Climate Change Adaptation Plan will be a five-year plan to make Brampton a more climate-resilient City.
Climate Resilient Burlington: A Plan for Adapting to Our Warmer, Wetter and Wilder Weather, 2022 is a community and corporate plan. The first annual update report, including appendix providing an update on each of the actions, identified in the Climate Resilient Burlington Plan was presented to City Council, July 2023.
The Resilient Caledon Plan aims to raise the ambition of what the Town and broader community can do to embrace a more resilient, low carbon, and livable future.
Together for Change: Dufferin’s Climate Adaptation Strategy, 2023 is a community and corporate plan.
Durham’s Community Climate Adaptation Plan sets out a vision, goals and actions to help Durham Region adapt to climate change. This strategy was developed in collaboration with Durham Region, local municipalities, Conservation Authorities, energy utilities, and other local stakeholders.
Guelph's Climate Change Adaptation Plan is under development. The plan has been drafted and it is currently being circulated for internal review and will be submitted to Council in September.
The Town of Halton Hills developed the Climate Change Adaptation Plan (CCAP) in order to minimize the negative impacts of climate change, as well as take advantage of opportunities to strengthen the Town’s resilience to climate change.
Hamilton’s Climate Change Impact Adaptation Plan (CCIAP) is an evidence informed, action-oriented plan to help minimize the impacts of climate change on our residents, businesses and infrastructure. It especially looks to help those most vulnerable to these impacts, and to help reduce recovery time, costs and health impacts.
King Climate Change Action Plan is a mitigation and adaptation plan.
Kingston's Climate Leadership Plan, 2021 is a corporate and community plan with mitigation and adaptation actions.
London's Climate Emergency Action Plan, 2022 is a corporate and community plan with mitigation and adaptation actions.
The City of Markham’s Municipal Energy Plan (MEP) – Getting to Zero is a comprehensive long-term city-wide energy plan with the objective of net zero emissions by 2050. The goal of the Municipal Energy Plan is to improve energy efficiency, reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to achieve net zero as outlined in the Greenprint, Markham’s Community Sustainability Plan. The MEP was developed using energy and population data from 2011 as a baseline to determine how much energy is being consumed by sector and fuel type. Milestone targets are identified from 2016 to 2050 to ensure that the City stays on target to reach net zero emissions.
Mississauga's Climate Change Action Plan, 2019 is a corporate and community plan with mitigation and adaptation actions.
Oshawa participated in the development and adopted the Durham Region's Community Climate Adaptation Plan, 2016.
Climate Resiliency Strategy is currently being developed, expected in 2024. It will be a corporate and community strategy.
First Toronto Resilience Strategy, 2019 is a corporate and community strategy.
The City of Vaughan is committed to develop a Climate Adaptation Plan as an outcome of the Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Framework, which is part of the Official Plan review.
Community Climate Adaptation Plan improves Waterloo Region's resilience to extreme weather and climate change impacts through increased local adaptive capacity and collaboration among community stakeholders.
The Climate Emergency Response Plan includes corporate actions for the Town, as well as community actions for Whitby service providers, businesses and residents to help reduce and prevent the risks of climate change. The Plan clearly outlines the resources and the timing required to implement each of the actions.
Degrees of Change – Windsor’s Climate Change Adaptation Plan, 2020 outlines a series of actions to reach 7 key objectives: 1. Integrate Climate Change Thinking and Response 2. Protect Public Health and Safety 3. Reduce Risk to Buildings and Property 4. Strengthen Infrastructure Resilience 5. Protect Biodiversity and Enhance Ecosystem Functions 6. Reduce Community Service Disruptions 7. Build Community Resilience