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We are proud to share with you our new Annual Report 2019 that highlights how PICS has been advancing innovative climate change solutions in collaboration with our research partners and solution seekers.
PICS executive director Sybil Seitzinger is delighted to serve the newly launched Canadian Institute for Climate Choices on its Board of Directors.
PICS third Researcher in Residence position will serve the Wildfire and Carbon project.
PICS's new $1M Canada-US project aims to address extreme wildfires, reduce emissions, enhance forests' potential as a carbon sink and stimulate new forest bioeconomy opportunities.
PICS is accepting proposals under its $1M Theme Partnership Program. Apply by Feb. 14, 2020.
If all BC vehicles were powered by electricity instead of liquid fuels by 2055, BC would need to more than double its electricity generation capacity to meet forecasted energy demand—and the move could prove surprisingly cost-effective.
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