The City of Toronto invites your feedback!

The City of Toronto's draft Pollinator Protection Strategy aims to identify what additional actions can be taken by the city and the community to protect, enhance, and create habitat for pollinators.  The strategy is comprised of 6 guiding principles, which are further broken down into 44 proposed actions. 
 
The purpose of this workbook is to gather expert feedback on which actions the City should prioritize as it finalizes and implements its strategy.  Please take a few minutes to select priority actions for each guiding principle, and provide any additional feedback.

 

Create and Enhance Habitat

Which actions within principle 1: Create and Enhance Habitat should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Design and Connect Green Spaces

Which actions within principle 2: Design and Connect Green Spaces should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Partner and Build Relationships

Which actions within principle 3: Partner and Build Relationships should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Invest, Incentivize, and Inspire

Which actions within principle 4: Invest, Incentivize, and Inspire should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Educate and Train

Which actions within principle 5: Educate and Train should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Celebrate and Recognize Achievements

Which actions within principle 6: Celebrate and Recognize Achievements should be prioritized? (select up to 3)

Do you have any other comments or suggestions that you would like the City to consider when finalizing this strategy? Let us know!

Would you like to receive updates on the Toronto Pollinator Protection Strategy?

The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, ss. 8(1) and 136(c). The information will be used to process your request to receive updates on the Toronto Pollinator Protection Strategy. Questions about this collection can be directed to the Manager, Implementation & Support, Environment & Energy Division, Metro Hall, 2nd Floor, 55 John Street, Toronto, M5V 3C6 or 416-392-1848.