January 2018 - We welcome you to be more involved with TREA this year!
TREA is taking special time now to map out the year 2018. This includes governance, special projects, presentations, special events and volunteer opportunities. Email if you want to participate in this planning expected the last week of January. Or just send us your ideas that relate to reducing waste, reducing fossil fuels and increasing biking and walking opportunities on a community level.

During January, TREA will be distributing bike lights to commuters riding at night without a light. This is similar to what the City’s Cycling Advisory Committee took on as a project last year.  Also our first big education message this year will involve outreach on environmental issues with London’s multi-cultural communities. We look forward to talking to London newcomers and identifying volunteer opportunities.
Upcoming Events
We would like to share the following with you –

1. On January 11th, Prime Minister Trudeau returns to hold a 2nd town hall event at Alumni Hall, Western University. This is your time to speak to environmental issues that matter to local residents. Doors open at 5:30pm – first come, first in the door. Starts at 7pm.

2. The Urban League has planned a Civic Engagement Fair for January 25. 7-8pm, Goodwill Centre to help you learn more on how City Hall functions, meet staff, get involved. Register to go at 

3. We have an opportunity for TREA members to volunteer for TREA at London Environmental Network’s booth at the Home Builders Home Show, weekend of January 26, 27, 28 – contact This is a great way for us to reach the many Londoners who attend this event. 

4. This is an important energy topic TREA members and friends should comment on given TREA’s past public awareness raising on this topic.  Deadline for comments is March 4. Visit the Environmental Registry - Guidelines on Community Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Planning at 

5. This year’s Guelph’s Organic Agriculture conference runs January 25-28.This is one of TREA’s favourite trips. And a must go for the urban agriculture enthusiastic. Read more about this year’s workshops and weekend trade show at 

6. Nature London invites TREA to attend their yearly Nature in the City lecture series, January 16-February 20, 7:00-8:30 pm at the Central Library, Wolf Hall. Visit 

7. As part of TTLT's 12th Annual Speaker Series, TREA should keep February 27, 7-9pm free to hear Dianne Saxe, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, talk about climate change and environmental challenges in Ontario. This is at the Central Library, Wolf Performance Hall.For more details, visit

Sincerely, TREA Board

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