In this workshop University of Toronto Trash Team will share details about the Toronto Inner Harbour Floatables Strategy, a collaborative local strategy with a mission to reduce plastic pollution in the harbour and prevent future marine debris. In this strategy, partner organizations collaborate on cleanup, scientific data collection, and educational outreach.
The goal of this workshop is to share our local strategy, receive feedback, build our network, and inspire similar strategies across Canada.
Partners in Project Green oversees the Floatables Strategy on behalf of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
- Inform a wider stakeholder group about the Toronto Inner Harbour Floatables Strategy
- Provide a platform for feedback and new ideas from local and national stakeholders
- Motivate similar strategies across Canada
- Free Online Workshop
- Date: Tuesday, November 28th from noon – 2 pm EST
- We are thrilled to welcome keynote speaker MP Julie Dabrusin to share details on Canada’s strategy to fight plastic pollution.
The Toronto Inner Harbour Floatables Strategy, is a collaborative strategy to reduce plastic pollution and other floating litter in the harbour. It is led in partnership with the U of T Trash Team, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, PortsToronto, City of Toronto, Swim Drink Fish, Waterfront Business Improvement Area, Waterfront Toronto, and Harbourfront Centre.