Over the last couple of weeks, Alan Neal from CBC Radio's All In A Day has invited Ecology Ottawa on to discuss what the City of Ottawa can do about climate change.
First up was Project Coordinator Sana Badruddin, then our Climate Change Campaign Organizer Cheryl Randall, next was Natasha Jovanovic, our Living City Program Manager, and Robb Barnes, our Executive Director will be on soon!
All In A Day listeners really want to see white paint used on roofs. Ecology Ottawa's Sana Badruddin joins to explore that idea.
All In A Day listeners give ideas on cutting down on cars. Ecology Ottawa's Sana Badruddin joins to explore that idea.
All In A Day listeners want to get rid of the city's leaf blowers, and ban woodstoves and open fires. Cheryl Randall from Ecology Ottawa investigates those ideas and their impacts on air quality.
All In A Day listeners suggested the planting of trees as a way to offset and absorb greenhouse gas emissions. Natasha Jovanovic from Ecology Ottawa investigates this solution.