Ville de MontréalEnvironment
Progress Report on Montréal’s 2013-2020 Citywide Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Plan
Progress Report on the Montréal Agglomeration’s 2013-2020 Corporate GHG Emissions Reduction Plan
Air quality in Montréal in 2017
Quality of water bodies in Montréal in 2017

Community corner

Wood-burning appliances will soon be prohibited

Wood-burning appliances will soon be prohibited

As of October 1, 2018, the use of solid fuel-burning appliances that are note compliant with the by-law on wood-burning stoves and fire places will be prohibited in all Montréal's boroughs.  

Montréal's commitments toward climate change

Montréal's commitments toward climate change

Montréal is maintaining its commitment to reduce greenhouse gases and is continuing its efforts in the fight against climate change. To do so, the city participates in various initiatives.

BMSB: Monitoring project for a new invasive insect pest

BMSB: Monitoring project for a new invasive insect pest

This exotic insect threatens hundreds of plant species and is a nuisance in urban areas. This is why Montreal has set up a monitoring network on its territory to characterize the level of infestation.

 

Banning single-use plastic bags

By banning the use of certain types of shopping bags in retail stores, Montréal joined a global movement to take action to protect the environment. The ban is effective as of January 1, 2018.

 

Food waste collection

Composting household food waste contributes substantially towards Montréal’s standing as a greener and healthier metropolis. Montréal plans to extend services to all buildings with eight units or less by the end of 2019.