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on the waterfront

A blog about waterfront revitalization, urbanism, city-building and other topics, written and curated by the staff of Waterfront Toronto.

Building on Sustainability: Villiers Island

Posted: Oct 16, 2017
Along with many of its key features, Villiers Island will aim to be one of the first climate positive communities in Canada. In order to achieve that goal for, we reexamined neighborhood design elements that affect energy, building and transportation emissions.

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  • Carol Webb

    Carol Webb is a project communications manager with Waterfront Toronto.
  • Meghan Hogan

    Meghan Hogan is a communications and public engagement specialist at Waterfront Toronto. When not mastering her craft, Meghan enjoys being outdoors, cooking, and attending as many Toronto events and festivals as possible.
  • Mira Shenker

    Mira Shenker is a project communications manager at Waterfront Toronto. She has worked as a journalist and executive editor at industry and business publications. In this role, Mira collaborates with project stakeholders and the public, and is lucky enough to be part of creating the type of city she is proud to call home.
  • Aaron Barter

    Aaron is an innovation and sustainability manager at Waterfront Toronto, focusing on making climate-positive, complete communities a reality.
  • Stephanie Chow

    Stephanie Chow is the communications and public engagement coordinator for the Quayside project.
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