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Fresh City farms - Food Availability in the City of Toronto: Assessing food availability and food deserts in the City of Toronto with respect to Fresh City Farm’s current customers
Food security is a global problem that can be solved at the local level. Urbanized areas, such as the City of Toronto, depend heavily on food imports, from within and outside of the country. Without realizing it, we spend ...
Youth Out of Place Program: Identifying Homeless Youths in Toronto using GIS Applications
At any time during the year as many as 65,000 youth in Canada are without a place to call home. In Toronto, it is estimated that there are at least 10,000 homeless youth in any given year, and as many as 2,000 on a given ...
Implications for hydropower development in Costa Rica: A spatial visualization and analysis of the implications for hydroelectric dams in the Chirripo Valley
The hydro electrification of Costa Rica both has a positive and negative theme for the province. At one point the use and shift towards hydroelectricity and ‘clean energy’ is seen as beneficial since they are moving away ...
Examining Urban Agriculture in Toronto
This report focuses on the density of urban agriculture in Toronto. To begin with, the group reviewed literature to determine the current setup of food production and distribution in the city. As a result of our initial ...
York University: York Neighborhood Renewables
Our group aims to develop a solar installation model for the York University campus that takes into consideration the limitations of installing solar photovoltaic systems on all of the building rooftops across the campus. ...
Homeless Shelter Occupancy in Toronto
The objective of this project has been to use GIS software and analytical skills to illustrate and assess the factors which contribute to the homeless shelter occupancy problem in Toronto. This will assist relevant ...