As B.C. invests $1.5 billion in economic recovery and stimulus, the government has an unprecedented opportunity to move forward on its promise of a low-carbon economy that creates jobs while protecting the air, land, and water.
Indeed, the government has committed to putting its CleanBC climate plan at the core of B.C.’s economic recovery efforts.
The Pembina Institute has released Rebuilding a Resilient B.C., an action plan for investing in jobs and better health and well-being for British Columbians.
The action plan outlines four principles for a resilient recovery in B.C. and offers recommendations in support of low-carbon homes and buildings, clean transportation, and clean energy.
View action plan here.