Women in a Changing Climate
Based on the Mental Health in a Changing Climate series of reports, this short digest explores the effects of climate change on women in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
Health in a Changing Climate
Climate change is the greatest environmental issue of our time; it is also the greatest health issue of our era.
Newcomers in a Changing Climate
Based on the longer Mental Health in a Changing Climate series of reports, this short digest highlights the effects of climate change on newcomers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe
Youth in a Changing Climate
Based on the Mental Health in a Changing Climate series of reports, this short digest explores the effects of climate change on youth in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
Mental Health in a Changing Climate: The Effects on Youth, Women and Newcomers
An examination of the impacts of climate change on the physical and mental well-being of youth, women and newcomers.
Greenbelt Farmers: Sustaining Soil Health
Dig into the stories of 14 farmers who are using a variety of innovative practices to improve their soil health.
Agricultural Advisory Committees: Recognizing the Value of Agriculture in the Golden Horseshoe
Produced in collaboration with the Golden Horseshoe Food and Farming Alliance, this report examines the structure, challenges, and successes of AACs across the region.
Agriculture Trends and Updates: Understanding the Greenbelt’s Unique Advantages
High quality soils, unique climates, and direct access to Canada’s largest market are a recipe for success for Greenbelt agriculture.
Green Infrastructure Guide for Small Cities, Towns and Rural Communities
By incorporating nature into the built environment, Green Infrastructure can improve water quality, reduce infrastructure costs, reduce the flood risk, and ensure our watersheds and communities are more resilient to climate change.
Ontario's Good Fortune: Appreciating the Greenbelt's Natural Capital
The Greenbelt delivers $3.2 billion in ecosystem services every year, making it an irreplaceable resource critical for the future of the province.