Under the Climate Leadership Plan released today, carbon pollution will not start to significantly decline for almost 15 years.
Today, the B.C. government will release its long-awaited Climate Leadership Plan.
Vancouver is now the first city in North America with a roadmap that defines the specific goals, timelines and initiatives needed to eliminate emissions from most new buildings within a decade.
Acting on the Climate Leadership Team’s full package of recommendations would attract an additional $5 billion in renewable energy investment to B.C. over the next 10 years.
Despite continued claims of climate leadership from Premier Christy Clark, B.C.’s actions and commitments to date mean that B.C. is a climate laggard when compared to Canada’s other most populous provinces.
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