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National Resources Canada’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure (ZEVIP) funding program can help housing co-ops looking to support the adoption of zero emission vehicles by members.
CHF BC is inviting applications from members interested in serving on the Climate Emergency Task Force. Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, February 21, 2022.
Co-op decisions impact the environment and are impacted by the environment. Does your co-op have an overall direction on how to sustainably approach its operations and long-term planning? Consider adopting a sustainability policy! Sustainability can touch on almost all aspects of a co-op’s operations. More than with most policies, a sustainability policy sets out how … Continued
In thinking about environmental sustainability, we must also consider past injustices and exclusions against Indigenous, Black, People of Colour and other marginalized populations, as well as their different perspectives.
More and more people are looking at electric vehicles (EVs) for reduced environmental impact and other benefits. It’s still a challenge to develop the infrastructure to support those vehicles, but there is a short-term incentive program to help get you EV Ready that we’d like to highlight. In December 2020, the BC Government announced new … Continued