Welcome

Green Neighbours 21 is a grass-roots, action-oriented group of people who live in Ward 21, Toronto (and beyond) who are working together to respond to climate change and other environmental issues. It is based on the belief that although the problems we face are complex and challenging, there is a lot that we can do to make a difference, and it’s a lot more fun and effective if we work together. The group helps members of the community to learn more about the issues and to live more lightly on the planet. It offers an opportunity for neighbours to meet, and helps build strong community.

Green Neighbours 21 is an accredited member of Climate Action Network Canada, an umbrella group of more than 75 Canadian organizations concerned with climate change.

 

Our next meeting

Mon, 28 Apr, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Location: St. Michael and All Angels Church

Speakers:   Timothy Nash, financial advisor, aka "The Sustainable Economist"

                   Julie Leach, Member Coordinator, TREC SolarShare Cooperative

Would you like to put your savings to work building a greener, more sustainable economy? Are you concerned about the risks, unsure of where to begin? Then this is the meeting for you. Come and learn about your options for safe, low-maintenance, planet-friendly investments.  

Green financial advisor Timothy Nash will explain the basics of sustainable investing and the steps to follow in creating your own balanced, diversified green portfolio that yields competitive returns.

SolarShare rep Julie Leach will show you a way to get impressive returns on your savings while helping to grow community energy projects in Southern Ontario. 

We’ll leave time for discussion, so feel free to bring your questions!

GN21 Events

Date: Monday, April 28, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Speakers:   Timothy Nash, financial advisor, aka "The Sustainable Economist"

                   Julie Leach, Member Coordinator, TREC SolarShare Cooperative

Would you like to put your savings to work building a greener, more sustainable economy? Are you concerned about the risks,... More ...

Location: St. Michael and All Angels Church
Date: Monday, March 17, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

 

The threat to Toronto from extreme weather has become very real since last summer’s flooding and this winter’s ice storm. Our meeting presents two ways of responding by making our city more resilient – one from a green architect, the other from a community activist.

Lloyd Alter... More ...

Location: St. Michael & All Angels Church (south east corner of St. Clair and Wychwood, enter from Wychwood through wooden gates, come up to 2nd floor)
Date: Monday, February 17, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Speakers: Paul Magder and Rita Bijons

Paul Magder and Rita Bijons need your help. Both have exciting new proposals to make our communities more resilient. Now they’re looking for volunteers to help bring these ideas to life.

At a GN meeting last winter Paul Magder proposed a... More ...

Location: St. Michael & All Angels Church (south east corner of St. Clair and Wychwood, enter from Wychwood through wooden gates, come up to 2nd floor)

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