Could BC's pulp and paper mills produce hydrogen?
Transforming BC’s built environment to tackle embodied emissions.
Municipalities are at the forefront of the fight against climate change, but often lack the tools and evidence to make effective policy decisions. This project addresses that gap.
Helping British Columbia prepare for the movement of people due to climate change.
Exploring decarbonized energy system pathways and electrification options for BC and Alberta.
Enhancing the climate change resilience of kelp forest ecosystems and the coastal communities who rely on kelp for commercial, food, social, and ceremonial purposes.
Investigating big-picture technology pathways for reducing BC’s transport GHG emissions alongside social readiness and market support for changing transportation systems.
Developing the first online, open-access and tool to support climate–adapted conservation planning across BC's natural and protected areas.
The built environment is a complex intertwined multi-scale system of cities, towns and neighbourhoods whose energy performance and emissions are shaped by factors such as land use, building design, infrastructure and the behaviour of its inhabitants.
Analysing the economic, social and environmental impacts of developing BC’s natural gas resources.