Paris Marshall Smith
In 2019, the RDCK Board declared a climate action imperative to apply a low carbon resilience lens to decisions on building construction, energy systems, resource recovery, land use and transportation.
In 2022, the Board adopted progressive science-based carbon pollution reduction targets of 50% below 2018 levels by 2030 and 100% by 2050.
The RDCK developed a Climate Action Strategy with the goals of reducing risks of climate change and supporting our communities in climate resilience. That strategy led the RDCK to develop a draft Climate Action Plan. The draft RDCK Climate Action plan is a list of ways the RDCK could support our community in reducing carbon pollution.
The RDCK held a public engagement process to gather feedback on the draft Climate Action Plan in 2023. The results are now available and have been provided to the Board.
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