Planning For Climate Action in Hamilton

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Hamilton has a plan to tackle climate change, which is a good thing since last year it declared a climate emergency. But like many other cities around the world, how to make sure that plan includes issues of equity and accessibility can be tricky. In a city that has, over the years, dealt with loss of industry, reinvention, growth, gaps in equality, and poverty, we ask Hamilton city councillor Maureen Wilson; Environment Hamilton project manager Beatrice Ekoko; and Mary Lou Tanner, principal planner at Niagara Planning Group about planning for urban renewal and climate-change mitigation without leaving anyone behind.
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