The Climate Change Project

Climate change is real and it's happening. Within the last five years, Mississauga has experienced more intense heat waves, rain, flooding and winter storms. It's predicted that these trends will continue in the future.

We're setting out to create our first Climate Change Action Plan to prepare Mississauga for the impacts of a changing global climate. We'll be engaging residents, business and local partners to create responsible and forward-looking solutions for both the City and community.

Have an idea or a question to ask? Tell us.

Climate change is real and it's happening. Within the last five years, Mississauga has experienced more intense heat waves, rain, flooding and winter storms. It's predicted that these trends will continue in the future.

We're setting out to create our first Climate Change Action Plan to prepare Mississauga for the impacts of a changing global climate. We'll be engaging residents, business and local partners to create responsible and forward-looking solutions for both the City and community.

Have an idea or a question to ask? Tell us.

  • After Dark Earth Market

    15 days ago
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    The City is teaming up with Many Feathers to host an After Dark Earth Market. The event will feature environmental exhibitors, crafters, food producers, farmers, food trucks, local artists and musicians. At the Market, you can also learn more about the actions that the City is taking to be more climate resilient and ways to get involved.

    Special events include a climate change escape room in partnership with Escape From The 6 and ArtWorkX, a live art showcase. Book a time in advance or drop in to the Imagine2050 Escape Room.


    Saturday, July 14
    4-10 p.m.
    Mississauga Celebration Square

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    The City is teaming up with Many Feathers to host an After Dark Earth Market. The event will feature environmental exhibitors, crafters, food producers, farmers, food trucks, local artists and musicians. At the Market, you can also learn more about the actions that the City is taking to be more climate resilient and ways to get involved.

    Special events include a climate change escape room in partnership with Escape From The 6 and ArtWorkX, a live art showcase. Book a time in advance or drop in to the Imagine2050 Escape Room.


    Saturday, July 14
    4-10 p.m.
    Mississauga Celebration Square

    This Earth Market is presented by Enbridge and is a zero-waste event.

    Find out more here.

  • Imagine2050 Photo Contest

    about 2 months ago
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    Deadline Extended and New Prize Added!

    Imagine Mississauga in the year 2050… What does a low carbon and resilient city look like to you? Submit up to three photos by July 20 for a chance to be featured in a photo exhibit and more!

    Deadline Extended and New Prize Added!

    Imagine Mississauga in the year 2050… What does a low carbon and resilient city look like to you? Submit up to three photos by July 20 for a chance to be featured in a photo exhibit and more!

  • Project Update

    3 months ago
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    The City is currently wrapping up our Background Studies Phase. We have been busy gathering data to support the development of the Climate Change Action Plan. Study topics include land use, municipal fleet, infrastructure vulnerability assessments, clean tech sector assessment, energy mapping, community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions footprint analysis, and community climate risk assessments. All of the information from this phase of the project will feed into the Action Planning Phase which kicks off in the fall of 2018.

    Our Community Engagement and Outreach is now underway. Get involved by telling us Your Climate Story and check out...

    The City is currently wrapping up our Background Studies Phase. We have been busy gathering data to support the development of the Climate Change Action Plan. Study topics include land use, municipal fleet, infrastructure vulnerability assessments, clean tech sector assessment, energy mapping, community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions footprint analysis, and community climate risk assessments. All of the information from this phase of the project will feed into the Action Planning Phase which kicks off in the fall of 2018.

    Our Community Engagement and Outreach is now underway. Get involved by telling us Your Climate Story and check out our upcoming events.