Roberta Franchuk is the senior technical editor on the Pembina Institute's Communications team and is responsible for quality and accuracy in publications. She also works on layout and production of a variety of print and online reports and resources across all areas of the organization. She has been involved with the non-profit sector for more than 20 years and has worked with a number of environmental education and community projects.

Roberta holds a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from the University of Alberta, and is an avid transportation cyclist. She loves to travel with her husband and two daughters, and has lived in Germany and New Zealand.


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Roberta Franchuk's Recent Publications

Kamloops needs to retrofit homes to reduce carbon pollution Infographic shows scale of retrofits required to become a zero-carbon community by 2050

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Feb. 23, 2021 - By Betsy Agar, Roberta Franchuk

The City of Kamloops aims to be a zero-carbon community by 2050. This infographic shows the scale of the building retrofits needed.

Edmonton needs to retrofit homes to reduce carbon pollution Infographic shows scale of retrofits required to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

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Nov. 24, 2020 - By Betsy Agar, Roberta Franchuk

This infographic shows the scale of the retrofits, investment, and carbon pollution reductions needed.

Five types of green buildings explained Infographic: What do net-zero and zero-carbon buildings mean for energy use and climate pollution?

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April 18, 2018 - By Dylan Heerema, Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, Roberta Franchuk

This Pembina Institute infographic explains the implications for energy use and carbon pollution of five key types of green buildings.

B.C. needs a low-carbon buildings strategy Infographic shows scale of retrofits required to meet climate targets

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Feb. 28, 2018 - By Dylan Heerema, Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, Roberta Franchuk

To protect our climate and grow the clean economy, B.C. needs to reduce carbon pollution from homes and buildings.

Pacific NorthWest LNG: B.C.’s climate plan fails to limit emissions Infographic highlights potential environmental impacts

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Sept. 8, 2016 - By Maximilian Kniewasser, Matt Horne, Stephen Hui, Roberta Franchuk

This Pembina Institute infographic outlines the potential environmental impacts of the $36-billion PNW LNG project in the context of B.C.'s new climate plan, released on August 19, 2016. The plant and its associated upstream operations could result in the drilling of 258 extra gas wells, the emission of 9.2 million tonnes (Mt) of carbon pollution, and the usage of 5.1 million cubic metres of fresh water per year.

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