Emile Lavergne is passionate about pushing the transition to a low-carbon world with inclusive, climate conscious and resilient cities – starting here at home. Cycling is newly central to Emile’s life after he discovered that biking was not only good for reducing emissions, but also for beating traffic and getting in some cardio. His dream city is full of pedestrians, cyclists and inclusive, accessible spaces built to handle the current and looming impacts of climate change. His volunteer work with TCAT includes analyzing reported trip survey data from the Scarborough Cycles bike hub program to draw out and summarize findings regarding the environmental and community impacts of the project. The project was recently recognized as one of Canada’s top 20 environmental projects by Canada Clean50.