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Canada’s largest city has approved a plan to reach 100 per cent zero emissions from personal vehicles by 2050
Toronto’s city council voted Thursday to adopt a comprehensive strategy for the integration of electric vehicles into the city fabric. The strategy, which was prepared by Dunsky Consulting, outlines 10 key actions the city can take to make 100 per cent of the city’s passenger light-duty vehicles zero-emission by 2050.
“It’s a really important report for Toronto, and that’s because transportation emissions… have a huge impact on our greenhouse gas emission profile in the city,” said Councillor Brad Bradford. “This is direction for us on how to address those challenges.”
According to the report, adopting electric vehicles will allow the city to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (of which passenger vehicles represented 30 per cent of in 2017) and improve resident health. It will also strengthen its local economy, as residents will retain more disposable income due to the relatively low cost of fuelling and maintaining EVs.
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