PCP Annual Insights reportThe Partners for Climate Protection Program 2022-2023
Annual Insights report: The Partners for Climate Protection Program 2022-2023
You think you know all there is to know about the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program — but have you read the 2022-2023 Insights Report? This report celebrates the widespread adoption of best practices such as fleet electrification, building retrofit programs, and waste diversion strategies. It also highlights some of the more novel, ambitious, and innovative approaches to climate action and reflects on some of the emerging trends in policy innovation, net-zero targets, nature-based solutions, and EDI we are seeing within the PCP network. Learn more and download the report on the PCP website.
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Integrating equity, diversity and inclusion into municipal climate action
Equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) practices must be integrated into municipal climate action as part of an ongoing learning process that requires reflexivity, collaboration and relationship building with genuine regard for humanity and social justice. This resource was developed to help local governments further their own reflections and EDI processes and/or to reflect on ways to improve their EDI practices.
Small and Rural Communities Climate Action Guidebook
Small and rural communities are in the unique position of being able to make significant contributions to national, provincial and territorial GHG emissions reduction targets; however, with limited financial and staffing resources, these ommunities can face unique challenges. The Small and Rural Communities Climate Action Guidebook is a direct response to the climate planning challenges faced by small and rural communities, offering local decision makers case studies and advice tailored to their experience.
The Partners for Climate Protection program is a partnership between ICLEI Canada – Local Governments for Sustainability and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities that has been helping municipalities reduce local greenhouse gas emissions and improve the quality of life for residents for over 25 years.
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