Our Commitment › Greening where we live

Green is in our

We strive to make the environment an integral part of "how we do things at TD" by focusing on the following key areas:

  • Understanding the transition toward a low carbon economy;
  • Eco-efficiency in our business operations;
  • Supporting and enabling responsible financing and investing;
  • Providing customers with green banking choices.
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TD Forests

We’re helping to protect North American forests large and small. We collaborate with over 1,000 environmental and community groups each year, protecting critical forest habitats, enhancing neighbourhood parks and supporting educational programs.

Protecting critical forest habitat

We have teamed up with the Nature Conservancy of Canada and The Nature Conservancy in the U.S. to help protect critical forest habitats from coast to coast.

Greening our communities

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation (TD FEF)

With the support of more than 150,000 donors, TD FEF has provided approximately $70 million to over 23,000 environmental projects and programs across Canada.

TD FEF’s unique structure ensures that 100% of every dollar donated in a community is directly invested in environmental programs in that community.

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

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TD Tree Days

Through TD Tree Days, TD employees, their friends and families, and our customers work together to help grow and care for our urban forests.

These local tree plantings are a tangible, meaningful – and fun – way for volunteers to demonstrate their commitment to forest stewardship and their communities.

Since 2010, thousands of volunteers – from Brownies to bankers – have planted over 185,000 trees in hundreds of communities across North America, in the U.K. and in Luxembourg.

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TD Green Streets: Supporting innovation in urban forestry

With the support of TD Green Streets grants, municipalities are developing innovative projects to help grow and care for their urban forests and increase community green spaces.

Some of the leading-edge projects that we have supported include bio-swales, rain gardens, citizen pruner programs, urban orchards and “forest classrooms.”

TD Green Streets in Canada

TD Green Streets in the U.S.

TD Green Streets in the U.K.

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Working together


As part of our commitment to grow and enhance urban forests and neighbourhood parks, TD is a proud supporter of MillionTreesNYC. This program is helping the New York Restoration Project reach its goal of planting and caring for one million trees across the five boroughs of New York City. The last tree will be planted in 2015.

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Nature Conservancy of Canada

We've teamed up with the Nature Conservancy of Canada as part of our mission to help protect critical North American forests.

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TD has teamed up with The Nature Conservancy to help protect critical forest in the states where we operate. By the end of 2014, we had helped protect six properties covering a total of nearly 6,500 acres of forest habitat.

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TD is a North American environmental leader.
Check out our Corporate Responsibility Report to
find out what we're doing to reduce our
environmental impact.

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In 2015, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
(TD FEF) supported more than 1,000 local
environmental projects across Canada. Read the
Year in Review to find out how TD FEF and its
donors helped green where you live.

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This report sets out a framework and methodology
for putting a value on the environmental benefits
provided by natural resources and ecosystems.

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Urban forests in Toronto, Halifax, Montreal and
Vancouver have been collectively valued at an
astonishing $58 billion. TD Economics' special
report talks about the economic value of the
environmental benefits of these urban forests

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TD Friends of the Environment

A national charity committed to protecting the environment and greening communities across Canada.