Suburbs need to play a central role in post-pandemic climate action planning.
A guide to using existing policy foundations as a gateway to reducing embodied carbon in the built environment.
Fuel-switching and building retrofits are potent tools for reducing GHGs in temperate climate cities.
City of Victoria case study showing the most impactful actions for decarbonizing the built environment, potentially applicable for other Canadian cities.
A new Prince George-based study released by the PICS Built Environment project may contribute to plans by that city and other similar communities to meet their GHG reduction targets.
A new tool could open up the power of deep energy and emissions data to a range of British Columbia communities.
PICS researcher Kevin Palmer-Wilson factored social acceptance into renewable energy forecasting models—and uncovered a daunting engagement challenge.
To meet ambitious climate targets, cities will need to see the big picture on energy, emissions and behaviour.
Graphics based on research by a PICS intern at the BC Government Climate Action Secretariat.