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Resources and Graphics


The Carrot, the Stick and the Combo - A Recipe for Reducing Vehicle Idling in Canadian Communities - (Prepared for Natural Resources Canada; Clean Air Partnership, 2005)


Natural Resources of Canada (NRCAN) has a list of ready-to-use graphics that Government and Community Agencies can use during their Idle Reduction Campaigns. You are able to add your own logo and contact information and are expected to arrange your own printing.

We have provided a graphic image of each item. To get artwork supplied by NRCAN please visit their Idle Free Zone ready-to-use graphics website.

Brochure                  Idling is Harming Our Environment - Brochure

Information Card       Turn It Off - Information Card


  Street Sign           Idle Free Zone Sign


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