Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and severity of extreme weather events in Toronto, which in turn can pose a significant risk to food processing, distribution and access. The City of Toronto has committed to building the city’s resiliency to climate change and, as part of its Climate Change and Health Strategy, in 2017 Toronto Public Health began engaging stakeholders from across the food system to assess the impact of climate change on the food system in Toronto, including potential impacts on vulnerable populations. The findings of this high-level analysis will help increase the resiliency of Toronto’s food system to ensure adequate and equitable access to food.
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