Community-scale Energy and GHG Modelling

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Taking Climate Action with GHG Modelling

Download the Matrix 

Download the Comparison of CEEM Tools Matrix for a high-level comparative snapshot of 11 active models and/or approaches that practitioners have been using to support local governments across BC.

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Community-scale energy and emissions modelling (CEEM) provides the ‘bridge’ between community-wide inventorying (e.g., CEEIs), and setting/rationalizing your community’s GHG reduction targets, as required under the Local Government Act. CEEM allows local governments to assess the impact of projected land use changes on future energy use and GHG emissions through different transportation patterns and the built environment.

Click on each of the three boxes below for an introduction to each topic area.

QUESTIONS? If you have further questions about this overview please email: ted.sheldon[at]gov.bc.ca

WEBINAR: Community-scale Energy and Emissions Modelling in BC: 101: Listen here!

An example of modelling graphics from Modelling 101 presentation. Download it below.

 

 

 

 

 

Community Examples

​Several examples of CEEM can be found under the HOW tab, for example:

 

[Use the tab above to learn HOW to reduce emissions with this tool.]

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