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.