Research teams from UVic, UBC and UNBC receive $180,000 each from PICS’ Opportunity Project Program.
SFU, UVic team receives $1 million to study climate solutions for rural, remote & Indigenous communities
Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions funds multi-partner research to create resilience, reduce emissions and lessen climate impacts
New $1-million PICS project centres how rural, remote and Indigenous communities prepare for climate effects.
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.
Join us in person or online to hear from faculty and student delegates who attended the UN climate negotiations in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
UNBC student attends international climate action camp thanks to PICS funding.
Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Kevin Andrew and PhD student Yue Zhang demonstrate remarkable accomplishments, leadership in engaged research.
A project aimed at expanding the potential of the finance and investment sector to support the transition to a climate-friendly, low-carbon economy.
A major research project to help communities on British Columbia’s South Coast prepare and adapt for sea level rise and flooding has been announced today by PICS.
A presentation on incorporating climate risk and opportunities into investment decisions.
A streamlined form of borrowing that enables homeowners to repay the cost of energy retrofits via their electricity bills would, in time, save British Columbia four terawatt hours (TWh) in energy use plus make homes a lot cheaper to run.
Replacing fossil fuel investments with “green energy” stocks has minimal impact on reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and is also unlikely to provide a safer haven for investors.
BC's carbon tax does not appear to have had a measurable impact on international agricultural trade, despite concerns it would greatly reduce the BC industry’s competitiveness.