File #: TMP-27991    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Presentation - AC/RC Status: Received
File created: 10/12/2021 In control: Active Transportation and Sustainability Advisory Committee
On agenda: 1/4/2022 Final action: 1/4/2022
Title: COMMUNITY GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION PLAN UPDATE Adam McMullin, Manager of Energy, provided a presentation on The City of Barrie Community Energy and Green House Gas (GHG) Reductions Plan. Mr. McMullin discussed slides concerning the following topics: * Council Support for climate and energy action; * Developing the Plan: Establish Energy and GHG Emissions Baseline and prepare a business-as-planned scenario, prepare reduction strategies, define community targets, draft Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Plan and present to Council; * Plan Framework with vision, principles, big moves, goals, strategies, and implementation; * Barrie's emissions in 2018 based on institutional buildings, industrial buildings, commercial buildings, residential buildings, waste and wastewater, et cetera; * Big moves and goals consisting of near zero emissions in new and existing building stock, from transportation, waste reduction through a circular economy, and liveable neighbourhoods that support e...
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COMMUNITY GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION PLAN UPDATE

 

Adam McMullin, Manager of Energy, provided a presentation on The City of Barrie Community Energy and Green House Gas (GHG) Reductions Plan.

 

Mr. McMullin discussed slides concerning the following topics:

 

                     Council Support for climate and energy action;

                     Developing the Plan: Establish Energy and GHG Emissions Baseline and prepare a business-as-planned scenario, prepare reduction strategies, define community targets, draft Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Plan and present to Council;

                     Plan Framework with vision, principles, big moves, goals, strategies, and implementation;

                     Barrie’s emissions in 2018 based on institutional buildings, industrial buildings, commercial buildings, residential buildings, waste and wastewater, et cetera;

                     Big moves and goals consisting of near zero emissions in new and existing building stock, from transportation, waste reduction through a circular economy, and liveable neighbourhoods that support efficiency, mixed-use, and complete communities and protection of the natural environment;

                     Reduction Target: reduce overall GHG emissions 45 percent below 2018 levels by 2030 and to become net-zero by 2050;

                     The City of Barrie will play a key role in the plan and implementation;

                     A municipally led and community supported proposed governance model;

                     The City’s key role with financial support; and

                     Immediate priority actions by the City.

 

Members of the Committee asked questions of Mr. McMullin and received responses.