Speak up for climate action

SPEAKING UP FOR ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT CLIMATE ACTION YOU CAN TAKE.  

Build political will for climate action by telling your representatives that it is an urgent priority

To send an e-mail to all three levels of government asking them to take the necessary action on climate change to protect our future, copy paste these e-mail lists:

Sudbury – MP Viviane Lapointe, MPP Jamie West, Mayor Brian Bigger and Council
viviane.lapointe@parl.gc.ca; JWest-CO@ndp.on.ca; brian.bigger@greatersudbury.ca; mayor@greatersudbury.ca; mark.signoretti@greatersudbury.ca; michael.vagnini@greatersudbury.ca; gerry.montpellier@greatersudbury.ca;  geoff.mccausland@greatersudbury.ca; robert.kirwan@greatersudbury.ca; rene.lapierre@greatersudbury.ca; mike.jakubo@greatersudbury.ca; al.sizer@greatersudbury.ca; deb.mcintosh@greatersudbury.ca;  fern.cormier@greatersudbury.ca; bill.leduc@greatersudbury.ca; joscelyne.landry-altmann@greatersudbury.ca

Nickel Belt – MP Marc Serré, MPP France Gélinas, Mayor Brian Bigger and Council
Marc.Serre@parl.gc.ca; gelinas-co@ndp.on.ca; brian.bigger@greatersudbury.ca; mayor@greatersudbury.ca; mark.signoretti@greatersudbury.ca; michael.vagnini@greatersudbury.ca; gerry.montpellier@greatersudbury.ca;  geoff.mccausland@greatersudbury.ca; robert.kirwan@greatersudbury.ca; rene.lapierre@greatersudbury.ca; mike.jakubo@greatersudbury.ca; al.sizer@greatersudbury.ca; deb.mcintosh@greatersudbury.ca;  fern.cormier@greatersudbury.ca; bill.leduc@greatersudbury.ca; joscelyne.landry-altmann@greatersudbury.ca

More to do: join in on local actions, and talk to your friends, neighbours and family about the climate emergency and why it is important to you.

To keep informed on timely opportunities to speak up for climate action, sign the climate pledge and opt-in to email, phone or text notices.

Climate action in Greater Sudbury

MAY 28, 2019, GREATER SUDBURY UNANIMOUSLY DECLARED A CLIMATE EMERGENCY, MADE CLIMATE ACTION A PRIORITY AND SET A PATH FOR A PLAN TO REDUCE OUR CARBON EMISSIONS TO NET ZERO BY 2050, AND TO PROTECT OUR COMMUNITY FROM CLIMATE IMPACTS.  Thank you to Council and to all who helped make this happen.  As a City and as a community, we now begin the work in earnest to reduce our carbon emissions and prepare for climate impacts.  Stay connected so that we can all contribute by continuing to be a voice for climate action and/or taking personal action.
On November 12, 2019, Council approved taking the next steps on Greater Sudbury’s draft Community Energy and Emissions Plan. On September 22, 2020, Council unanimously approved the final planHere is their first implementation plan for City actions 2021-2025.  Here is our review of that plan: full analysis, and one-page summary.

Greater Sudbury is now working on a Climate Adaptation Plan.