The Centre for Community Energy Transformation is pleased to be working with the following municipal partners.
In 2018, Brampton Council endorsed the ‘Brampton 2040 Vision: Living the Mosaic’, with a key outcome of creating a public non-profit institution, now known as CCET. With Brampton Council declaring a climate emergency in 2019, the City is proactively working to accelerate actions to transition towards a low carbon city. CCET is a valuable partner in delivering on the City’s climate priorities. Working together, with CCET’s leadership, Brampton can fully realize the economic, social and environmental benefits of its energy transition.
In 2019, Region of Peel Council approved its Climate Change Master Plan (CCMP) which called on the Region to Lead, Influence, and Transform in response to the climate emergency. The Region of Peel’s partnership with the CCET exemplifies how through collective action we can respond to this call and enable and support the community as we building a low carbon resilient community for life.
Central to Mississauga’s response to the climate emergency, declared in 2019, is the implementation of the City’s Climate Change Action Plan. This Plan focusses on identifying new opportunities to decrease our carbon footprint and making the City more resilient to the impacts of global warming. We know we can’t achieve this work alone – Mississauga is excited to collaborate with this new not-for-profit organization dedicated to working with our residents, businesses and other key community organizations within the Peel region – supporting local, on-the-ground innovative solutions as we address our biggest climate challenges.
The Town adopted the Resilient Caledon Community Climate Change Action Plan in 2021 and is committed to working with diverse partners to reduce our contributions to climate change and help residents become resilient to its impacts. CCET will be an important partner in advancing these priorities across a broader regional context and helping Caledon achieve a climate-safe future.