PICS is hiring a Climate Resilience, Research Lead, an exceptional opportunity to undertake diverse forms of research and climate change communication.
The PICS Climate Internship Program is accepting employer applications for up to $15,000.
B.C. awards PICS $495,000 to improve tools communities use to assess climate risk.
International climate action leader argues the world needs more than goals to avoid a climate catastrophe — it needs a map to get there.
PICS’ Climate Action Events Program offers up to $5,000 for events that advance climate action within BC.
Advanced computer modelling by the Solid Carbon team shows injecting CO2 under the Cascadia Basin has less than one per cent chance of causing fault slip.
Five research teams receive $180,000 each from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions’ Opportunity Project Program.
Researchers bring their PICS coastal adaptation project to national coastal management conference.
Dr. Myles Allen joined PICS May 29 to present on Geological Net Zero: How we will stop fossil fuels from causing global warming.
New $1-million PICS project centres how rural, remote and Indigenous communities prepare for climate effects.
PICS celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, and we’re kicking it off by increasing our capacity to act.
The Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions is in an exciting period of renewal — and we can’t do it without you!
A growing network of people active in implementing climate solutions across northern BC is using its first anniversary to expand its reach and provide opportunities for collaboration.
What makes the difference between broad support or opposition of climate mitigations?
Are you a student at UVic, UBC, SFU or UNBC and want to be part of creating climate solutions? Apply for one of 21 PICS-funded internships.
Revised modeling system now estimates effect of wildfire severity on greenhouse gas emissions.
The deadline for call for proposals for the PICS Internship Program has been extended to Thursday, Jan. 12.
PICS is hiring a Director of Adaptation and Community Engagement, an exceptional opportunity for engaging BC communities in climate adaptation planning.