Say goodbye to emissions and hello to a more resilient, sustainable Ottawa.

Many Ottawans are aware of the climate crisis we face and want to take action, but don’t know where to start. The new website from the Ottawa Climate Action Fund and the City of Ottawa is here to help. 

Most of Ottawa’s greenhouse gas emissions come from how we heat our homes and buildings and how we move around. Visit find out more about:

  • How to reduce your home’s energy use and carbon footprint – and the rebates available to help you
  • The benefits of switching to an electric vehicle
  • How 15-minute neighbourhoods contribute to fewer emissions and cut costs
  • The opportunities to improve the efficiency and carbon footprint of commercial buildings

When we reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and energy use everybody wins. Clearer air, more efficient transportation and greener places to live, work and play are just some of the benefits along our path to a low-carbon, resilient and equitable future. 

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