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The Business Climate Action Toolkit will be an online resource hub for a low-carbon & resilient economy, equipping businesses with sector-specific resources,practical tools, and support networks to facilitate strategic climate action.

Downed Treebranch from Hamilton Spectator (see caption), Sustainable Hamilton Burlington website
With a treebranch down over some electrical wires Sanitorium Rd resident Richard Daley pushes the slushy mess out from his driveway. - Gary Yokoyama - (click image to see original article)
Business Climate Action Toolkit Bullet Points, Sustainable Hamilton Burlington website

The Business Climate Action Toolkit

What resources, tools and support networks could help your business better understand, plan for and act on climate change?

Canoeing in the street, Sustainable Hamilton Burlington website from Inside Halton Twitter feed
A reader snapped this shot Monday afternoon. A river runs through Parkside Cres., in Burlington - Inside Halton/TWITTER (click image to see original article)

Want to join the conversation? Participating in this project will help to build critical industry perspectives on the drivers, barriers and possible solutions for business climate action. Participating organizations will receive recognition for their contributions to the Business Climate Action Toolkit.

We will be holding 7 industry working groups and 1 community partners working group. Click the links below for more information or to register:

• March 6 – Accommodation & Food Services
• March 9 – Agribusiness & Food Processing
• March 13 – Construction
• March 15 – Life Sciences
• March 20 – Manufacturing
• March 22 – Office-Based Business
• March 27 – Retail Trade
• March 29 – Community Partners (government, NGOs, public, others)

Sustainable Hamilton Burlington and City of Hamilton logos side by side
Presented in collaboration with the City of Hamilton
Ideas Death to Stock Photo, Sustainable Hamilton Burlington website