The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change protects and improves the quality of the environment and leads Ontario's actions on climate change leading to healthier communities, ecological protection, and economic prosperity for present and future generations. The tools the ministry uses to accomplish this include: Using best available science and research to develop and deliver policies, legislation, regulations, standards, programs and services. Enforcing compliance with environmental laws. Working with partner ministries, other governments, Aboriginal groups and organizations, industry, stakeholders and the public. Monitoring and reporting to track environmental progress. These plans outline the results and outcomes of all provincial programs delivered by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.