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Turn it Off: Anti-Idling Project Using Commitment, Prompts and Norms

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In an attempt to combat vehicle idling, Toronto instated an Anti-Idling Bylaw limiting vehicle idling to three minutes. However, because enforcement proved difficult, the bylaw al…
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GCC Active and Safe Routes to School (1996 to 2005)

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The GCC Active and Safe Routes to School program was brought to life by Greenest City, a Toronto-based non-profit known for addressing a variety of environmental issues through lo…
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GCC EcoDriver Program

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From September 2008 to March 2011, Green Communities Canada’s EcoDriver program operated in twelve Ontario communities promoting fuel-saving behaviors in three core areas: fuel ef…

Turn it Off: Anti-Idling Project Using Commitment, Prompts and Norms

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This pilot project sought to decrease the frequency and duration of motorists idling their vehicle engines. The pilot project involved staff approaching motorists at Toronto schoo…
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