What we have accomplished since we launched PN....

After just two years of participation in the Project Neutral Program, 80% of participating Toronto households reduced their carbon footprint by 5 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions

This is equivalent to taking one car off the road for a year for each household.

If all households in Toronto participated, this would be equivalent to taking 829,000 cars off the road or a 30% reduction in overall city emissions compared to 2004 levels.

Our Numbers are Growing

We cracked the four digit mark - over 1,000 households have partcipated in the survey in Toronto over the last three years!

In just three years we have increased our capacity to have the survey available to all residents across the City of Toronto, and in 2014 we have expanded our reach to Guelph ON. Want PN to come to your city? Click here for more information! 

Successful fundraising

In just four year we have been able to raise over $500,000 in funds to develop and expand our program to communities across Ontario. Thank you to all of our generous sponsors

Amazing Volunteers

Together we are better. PN is a primarily volunteer-led initiative. Over 300 individuals have been involved with research, engagement, program development, marketing, strategic planning, fundraising and grant writing, and so much more. We are very appreciative of the volunteers who have helped create and sustain this amazing program. Check out some of our superstars here.

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Find Project Neutral in your city

2012 Annual Report

Riverdale or the Junction? The results tell us that if you live in a single family detached or semi-detached, your footprint is more likely smaller if you live in the Junction. On the other hand, if you live in a townhouse or apartment, your footprint is smaller if you live in Riverdale (based on 2011 data).

See the 2012 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

See which neighbourhoods in Toronto participated and what the impact was. (Based on 2012 data).  

View the report!