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|29 Jan, 2015||
Home Energy Retrofit Incentive Campaigns Analysis Report
The report analyses 11 BC-based residential energy efficiency campaigns conducted by Local Governments up to the end of March 2014.
|20 Jan, 2015||
Sidney a Leader in the CRD with Solar Trail Lighting
SIDNEY - Walking and biking just got a lot easier and safer in Sidney as the Town recently completed the installation of new solar lighting and paving al
|14 Jan, 2015||
Free webinar ― New GMF Leadership in Asset Management Program
FCM is pleased to announce a new, free Green Municipal Fund webinar.
Sneak preview: The GMF Leadership in Asset Management Program
Friday, January 30, 2015
12:00―1:30 p.m. EST
|13 Jan, 2015||
Creating the Future in 'The Corporation of Delta': Rain Gardens Help Restore Nature
Road rights-of-way account for one-third of the land area of a typical urban watershed. Through its rain garden program, Delta municipality is demonstrating how to implement an environmentally adaptive approach to an important element of community design – that is, the streetscape.
Released today by the Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia, Delta’s story is told in Creating the Future in The Corporation of Delta: Rain Gardens Help Restore Nature. This is the 4th in the Watershed Case Profile Series.
|07 Jan, 2015||The City of North Vancouver's New Green Building Amendments|
|06 Jan, 2015||
Community and Corporate Engagement towards Climate Action Targets
Summarized, from: Building Capacity for BC Communities – webinar series: Collaborating on Climate Action: Moving Forward with Climate Action with Kerri Klein, Caroline Jackson, Darla Simpson – March 4, 2010 hosted by the Province of BC, Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development
|06 Jan, 2015||
BCWWA Annual Conference & Tradeshow
|06 Jan, 2015||CNAM 2015: Driving Informed Decisions - Canadian Network of Asset Managers Conference|
|05 Jan, 2015||
Climate Action News - Winter E-News
BC Climate Action Toolkit Winter E-News
|17 Dec, 2014||
Certificate in Community Energy Management
This inter-disciplinary sequence of on-line courses provides a unique opportunity to learn and refresh energy management disciplines. The only online course providing tools and expertise needed to manage community energy specifically.
|15 Dec, 2014||
Electric Vehicles at Work and in the Community
Electricity generated in BC is 93% clean energy. This makes electric vehicles a good option for BC drivers who want to cut greenhouse gases and other harmful emissions by driving a cleaner and greener option.
|15 Dec, 2014||
Tune into this video for an overview on bio-energy with interviews from subject experts and examples from sectors across British Columbia.
|15 Dec, 2014|
|11 Dec, 2014||
Asset Management Planning Grant Program Launched
New planning grant program to assist local governments in delivering sustainable services by extending and deepening asset management practices within their organizations,
|08 Dec, 2014||
|25 Nov, 2014||
LED Street Lights Across B.C.
The Province of B.C., BC Hydro and representatives from local governments are collaborating to offer a suite of tools and services to assist with the adoption of Light Emitting Diode (LED) Street Lights.
|21 Nov, 2014||
Do you have a climate action issue? Share it on LinkedIn with other BC local governments working on similar challenges.
|20 Nov, 2014||
|17 Nov, 2014||
Using Digital and Social Media to Mobilize Climate Action: From Communities of Interest to Communities of Practice
Join Professor Maged Senbel, Professor, School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) and UBC researchers Erik Blair and Victor Ngo as they share results on the use of social media for the Do It in the Dark campus residence energy challenge. Their research demonstrates how using multiple pathways of engagement, including entertainment engagement, can result in reduced energy consumption well beyond the period of public engagement.
|03 Nov, 2014||
Everything You Want to Know About Climate Change in Three Easy Lessons
What’s causing global warming? How can we slow climate change? And how can society adapt?
Answers are now just a click away with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solution’s launch of a new animated and interactive course in its popular PICS Climate Insights 101 educational series, which tackles climate change causes, mitigation, and as of today, adaptation.