By Ryan McGreal
Published June 20, 2007
As cities around the world struggle with how to respond to the challenges and dangers of climate change, Hamilton remains stuck in neutral, idling away the months and years and watering down its meager initiatives until they're effectively useless.
It's not that difficult, really. Here's a quick list of steps Hamilton can take to make a real, measurable improvement in its greenhouse gas production, air pollution, and quality of life.
Reduce air pollution right away:
Make the streets safer and friendlier for pedestrians and cyclists:
Charge the real cost of driving:
Make transit faster and more convenient:
Encourage compact, mixed development:
Please add your comments and let me know what I missed.
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