Analysis of the City’s 2015-2018 Term of Council Priorities

Running up to the City Council meeting of July 8, 2015 various city standing committees are considering for approval a document that lays out the city’s priorities until the next municipal election.

What follows here is a draft for discussion of Ecology Ottawa’s detailed analysis of how this document stacks up. For a more condensed commentary click here.

To download the 14 page analysis in PDF format click here.

Categories: Climate Change, Complete Streets, Decision 2015, ORAP, TarFree613, Tree Ottawa

Author:Ecology Ottawa

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  1. Our Analysis of the City of Ottawa’s Environmental Priorities | Ecology Ottawa - June 13, 2015

    […] The City of Ottawa just announced its environmental priorities for the next four years but there is still time for you to help move the City in the right direction. This post lays out Ecology Ottawa’s initial assessment of the City’s proposed Term of Council Priorities, a document outlining what the mayor and council are planning to prioritize in the coming years. The Term of Council Priorities will guide city action on issues like healthy watersheds and clean water, trees, cycling, pedestrians and public transit, and renewable energy and action on climate change. You can click here for a three-page PDF version of our analysis. You can also click here to find out more about what you can do to help make a difference. For those of you that are particularly interested in the details, you can find a draft fifteen page analysis that we have prepared here. […]

  2. Notre analyse des priorités environnementales de la ville d’Ottawa | Écologie Ottawa - June 26, 2015

    […] des informations plus détaillées, vous trouverez notre analyse préliminaire de quinze pages ici. Le mouvement environnemental s’engage dans des années qui s’annoncent captivantes et nous […]

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