Halton Food educates residents in Halton Region about sustainable food production and promotes access to local, healthy culturally-relevant food through sustainable community gardening, urban farming and school gardens.
OakvilleReady creates a resiliency hub network that engages diverse community stakeholders to increase their resiliency, community capacity, and understanding around how residents can work together to support each other during extreme weather events. An initial 7 neighbourhood extreme weather resiliency hubs were established in 2019. These hubs are located in Faith-Based Organizations, which act as engagement and care anchors. Neighbours helping Neighbours is the call to action for the OakvilleReady program.
Greening Sacred Spaces (GSS) assists faith communities in Halton and Peel Regions in creating more sustainable and environmentally-friendly places of worship through education, capacity building and supporting concrete action in the community. GSS Halton-Peel is a program of HEN and a chapter of Faith and the Common Good.
Generation Green is designed “by-youth, for-youth”, with 55 youth stakeholders and 3 youth mentors for the 2021 virtual conference. This program teaches students how to measure, track, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and become climate leaders in our community.
This conference is an exclusive event and open to all Halton District School Board Students from Grade 7 to Grade 12. Click here for more information on how to get involved.
Halton Green Screens (HGS) hosts environmental film screenings throughout Halton Region, followed by a discussion, a guest speaker, or a workshop. Our goal is to raise awareness of environmental issues and inspire residents to take individual and collective action for the environment.
The Halton Climate Collective (HCC) is comprised of environmental leaders from: Halton Region, Town of Oakville, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, City of Burlington, Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board, Conservation Halton, University of Waterloo, Sheridan College and the Halton Environmental Network.
The HCC leadership team work together to respond to the challenges of climate change to create a climate-resilient, low-carbon Halton community.
Depave Paradise, a program developed by Green Communities Canada (GCC), removes impermeable surfaces such as asphalt, and replaces it with native species gardens.
Halton Environmental Network (HEN) is a designated Depave Paradise facilitator, and can help depave Halton!