Sustainability Living Well Annual Report
A Sustainability Living Well Annual Report is presented to the City Council by June of each year. The report is developed through the Environmental Coordinating Team and focuses on the previous year’s activities, and progress towards meeting the 25 numerical targets. It is an opportunity to inspire discussion and critical thinking between City staff and policymakers, and at the same time provide an overview for the public.
New Online Format
As of 2012, the Living Well report will be presented primarily via the Sustainability Indicators website. This new online format allows for staff to keep data and content up to date; provides more space for a deeper analysis of each indicator and target; saves City and natural resources; and provides a more interactive user experience.
Living Well Reports
2005 Sustainability Annual Report (pdf) Published June 2006
The annual GreenPrint Report is a subset of the Living Well Sustainability Report. This report focuses on the City’s 11 environmental indicators.
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Last updated Jan. 4, 2013