Global warming is an existential challenge facing humanity. Do you think Hamilton should play a role in addressing climate change? If so, what should the city be doing? If not, why not?
Responses to the question: "Global warming is an existential challenge facing humanity. Do you think Hamilton should play a role in addressing climate change? If so, what should the city be doing? If not, why not? "
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3 Candidate Responses (top)
|Candidate||Brief Response||Full Response|
|Gelder, Rich||Yes||In addition to re-committing to funding public transit so as to get people out of their cars, we need to ensure that our waste diversion program is robust. We need to solve the odour problem of our central composting facility and ensure measures are in place to ensure proper recycling initiatives.|
|Mitchell, Pamela||N/A||Declined to answer|
|Vanderbeek, Arlene||Yes||Yes, I think we have a responsibility to address global warming and climate change in our City, workplaces and homes. We signed the Blue Dot Declaration, as a Council. We all have to do this together and City leadership can be shown through active and open procurement policies that lean to addressing climate change, education and communication, and consistency in building a Hamilton Culture of Climate Change advocacy.|
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4 Candidates Have Not Responded (top)