Halton Climate Collective #EveryActionCounts Survey

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Halton Climate Collective #EveryActionCounts Survey
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Mashaal Effendi

Mashaal Effendi is a writer and new Torontonian, having started the new chapter of his life moving to Canada in Oakville.Mashaal has worked as a writer in film, television, theatre, advertising, communications, and even in speechwriting during his time as a Toastmaster.An avid reader, video game enthusiast, and musician ( who presently plays drums for a band called "The Downgrades"), Mashaal enjoys gathering experiences around Oakville, and is ecstatic to be on the team covering events that breathe life into the community.

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The Halton Climate Collective (HCC) has taken a strong call action to transform the communities of Halton Region into a low-carbon, sustainable society. The first step was the launch of a survey campaign called #EveryActionCounts.

The HCC #EveryActionCounts survey allows people living outside of Halton Region to take part. The survey’s main target are residents living in the following communities:

  • Town of Oakville
  • Milton
  • City of Burlington
  • Town of Halton Hills

 Halton Environmental Network

Climate ambassadors promoting the survey in the community. Photo courtesy of Halton Environmental Network.

The goal is to reach 10,0000 respondents in efforts to:

  • Use behavioural facts to decide what Halton communities can do to cut their greenhouse gas emissions
  • Identify the barriers
  • Find resources to overcome the barriers

In addition to this campaign generating meaningful data, the HCC is developing a community greenhouse gas inventory for individuals and community partners to help create a feasible climate plan.

The HCC emphasizes the benefits of filling out the survey by reaffirming its central message “Every action counts.” Data collected from the survey will be used to help reduce Halton Region’s carbon footprint.

Fill out the #EveryActionCounts survey and make a difference.

Climate Crisis declared by the Town of Oakville: posted June 28, 2019

About Halton Climate Collective

The HCC is a group of local organizations focused on transforming Halton into a low-carbon, climate-resilient community.

Organizations include:

  1. Community members
  2. Conservation Authorities
  3. Non-profits
  4. Faith-Based Organizations
  5. Government
  6. Educational Sector


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