Jan 29, 2016
CALLING ALL TRANSIT SUPPORTERS!

HSR will be presenting an update to their 10 year local transit strategy and budget request at the General Issues Committee meeting on

Monday February 1st - 1:30pm - Council Chambers, City Hall, 2nd floor
Note that the HSR presentation is not the only item on the agenda that day

Wear yellow to the meeting to show your support for the HSR!

Delegations are not permitted on that day, but transit supporters are welcome to come and hear the presentation and discussion by councillors. Members of the public can make 5 minute delegations about budget matters, including HSR, on Tuesday February 9th anytime from 3pm to 7pm.  You must register with the clerk to speak.

EH also invites transit supporters to a community meeting about HSR funding

Tuesday February 2nd, 6:30-8:30 pm
First Place, 350 King St East - at the corner of King & Wellington
Suite 104 (SPRC boardroom)

We will give an update about the HSR budget and discuss the best ways to support more funding for transit in Hamilton

Please promote this message in your networks and on social media #BusAMove

Dec 14, 2015
We still need you in the WINTER!

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Hamilton has air quality issues year round - including during the winter.  
Find out what you can do to help with our efforts to better understand and address
air particulate pollution problems in lower city Hamilton.  

Click here to visit the INHALE project website.  
You'll find out more about the project and how you can get involved as a volunteer community air tracker!



Upcoming Events
Feb 12, 2016

CLIMATE: What really needs to change. A free film screening of DO the MATH, followed by a presentation with CATCH writer and Environment Hamilton founder, Don Mclean.

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The Do The Math movie is a 42-minute documentary film about the rising movement to change the terrifying math of the climate crisis and challenge the fossil fuel industry. The film looks at our carbon budget and the implications for our pensions and savings.

Our remaining global carbon budget is estimated to be 500 billion tons. As the major oil, coal and gas producers have over five times that amount in their reserves, what does it mean for the true value of these companies' shares? Some financial institutions are beginning to do the math.

If you can not attend but would like a FREE screening and presentation for your group contact us. Contact Beatrice at bekoko@environmenthamilton.org or 905 549 0900

When
Friday February 12, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST) Doors open at 6.30 pm. 
Where
St. Marks United Church - 1 Lynndale Dr. Dundas.

FOR LIST OF FREE SCREENINGS AND PRESENTATIONS CLICK HERE.