Toronto Environmental Alliance
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Since 1988, the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) has campaigned locally to find solutions to Toronto's urban environmental problems. Its mission is to promote a greener Toronto and its vision is a green, healthy and equitable city with economic activity that sustains our environment. TEA works with concerned individuals, community groups, professionals and workers, encouraging the participation of local people on local issues. TEA acts as an environmental watchdog at Toronto City Hall. In April 2012, TEA adopted a new tagline: "a greener Toronto for all".
TEA has over 42,000 members and donors.
Board of Directors - Link: http://www.torontoenvironment.org/board_of_directors
TEA focuses on five major subjects:
A selection of TEA reports:
- Leaping to 80: A Plan for City Hall to Help Torontonians Divert More Waste
- 2012 Council Report Card - Going in Circles
- Toronto The Green: Mid-Term Environmental Report Card 2008
- Dig Conservation, Not Holes: A report on the GTA's Thirst for Gravel and How to Quench it.
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