Adrian Currie

Adrian Currie

Program Manager, Ontario Climate

Adrian pursued Bachelors in History and Economics from McGill University and then worked for many years in the urban and active transportation field as a cycling advocate in Toronto before enrolling in York University where he is presently completing his Masters in Public Policy, Administration and Law. Adrian feels that the best way to make change is to have a seat at the table when decisions are being made. This means advocating for and educating the public as much as possible about the worst effects of climate change. When Adrian is not pushing for the elimination of gas plants, he can be found going on long walks in High Park or riding his bike through Toronto’s lush neighbourhoods.

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Apr 11, 2024

Ontario Municipalities Rally to Show Support for Ontario Energy Board’s Decision

In a show of support for the Ontario Energy Board’s (OEB) decision to end a…

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Mar 11, 2024

Canada Needs to Strengthen the Clean Electricity Regulations, Not Weaken Them

The proposed Clean Electricity Regulations (CER) by the federal government are intended to make sure…

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Feb 06, 2024

The Ontario Government Should Not Intervene in the OEB Enbridge Rate Decision

In the final days of 2023, the Ontario Energy Board released a decision that is…

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Jan 30, 2024

Five Reasons You Should Switch to a Heat Pump at Home

Maybe you’ve heard about heat pumps but aren’t sure if they are a good fit…

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Nov 23, 2023

Napanee Council Must Say No to Another Gas Plant!

Just like in many other communities across Ontario, like Thorold and Toronto, the people of…

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