2022 Montréal Climate Summit

More than 500 people took part in the first Montréal Climate Summit on May 3, organized by the Montréal Climate Partnership (MCP) in collaboration with the City of Montréal. Leaders from the business, philanthropic, political, nonprofit and environmental sectors, as well as students and citizens from all backgrounds, came together to accelerate climate action in the metropolis, while strengthening its resilience. This event demonstrated that the Montréal community is committed to achieving ambitious goals and is deeply concerned about vulnerable populations,
who are the most impacted by climate change.

Open and frank discussions on climate change happened at the Summit. Major commitments from the city’s key players set the ambition right from the start, with engagements from the City of Montréal, Hydro-Québec, Ivanhoé Cambridge, the CHUM, the Public Health Department and Tourism Montréal.

2022 Montréal Climate Summit’s Proceedings

The Montréal Climate Summit’s first edition provided an opportunity to take stock of the work carried out to date in Montréal, and to bring the community together to discuss what remains to be done to reach our climate targets by 2030 and 2050. The Proceedings are intended to be a collective roadmap to achieve them. This document puts together key recommendations, portraits of effective initiatives as well as the desired outcomes for the Summit’s next edition to orient the Montréal community climate actions and assess our collective progresses.

Learn more about the 2022 Montréal Climate Summit’s Proceedings:

2022 Summit Proceedings

Host of the Summit and Gala

Léa Stréliski

Léa Stréliski is an author, a comedian, and the mother of three children. A graduate from Promédia journalism school, she worked for 15 years in copywriting before returning to school in the hope of becoming a comedian. She graduated from the École Nationale de l’humour in 2017. Since 2012, she has been seen in many comedy clubs (Abreuvoir, Bordel, Lobby Bar, etc.) and events such as Festival ComédiHa (Québec) and Zoofest (Montréal). She also made her mark while opening for Louis T during his Objectivement Parlant tour. In 2019, she published her first book, La vie n'est pas une course (Éditions Québec-Amérique) which is aimed at all of us who, breathless, pursue happiness without never reach it. In addition to her bestseller, she has written numerous articles over the years, notably for Urbania, Elle Québec, Canal Vie, Voir and L'Actualité and participated in a lot of radio shows (Rythme FM, 98.5 FM, CJAD and Qub). Her authenticity and her sense of humor are sensational, both in life and on social networks. With her head full of ideas, Léa is preparing some great surprises that you will soon discover!


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