Driving Down Carbon fact sheetCommuters hold the keys to reducing climate change emissions in Ontario

Publication - April 5, 2010 - By Cherise Burda, Graham Haines, Alison Bailie

Making key improvements to personal transportation policies would result in greenhouse gas reductions equivalent to taking one million vehicles off the road and also reduce driving time for commuters.

The report, Driving Down Carbon, measures greenhouse gas emissions from the personal transportation sector — how Ontarians get to work, school and shopping every day — and examines the effectiveness of current government policies at reducing these emissions over time.

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