Ward 2 Coun. Rodrigo Goller said on Saturday during a town hall packed with discussion around Guelph’s climate policy that he supports a motion for moving up the NetZero goal from 2050 to 2035.

There were questions asked around what is missing in plans for the future, specifically that the Our Energy Guelph plan makes no to little mention of reducing carbon around transportation.

There was also a conversation around the term “climate emergency” and what it means and why it is “not just empty words”, an individual in attendance described to The Guelph Post.

Goller, who hosted the town hall with ward-mate James Gordon, told The Post earlier this week that he was against the climate emergency declaration being proposed at Council this Monday.