In 2021, the Action Centre helped create an estimated 108 energy efficiency jobs in Alberta.
With dozens of projects in towns big and small, the Action Centre stimulated a $5.2 million investment in solar energy in 2021.
School authorities are tapping into Alberta’s solar advantage by making their school’s roofs available for onsite solar electricity generation.
The third cohort of the Municipal Energy Champions program includes six municipalities from across Alberta.
The Municipal Climate Change Action Centre and All One Sky Foundation will lead Sturgeon County and the City of St. Albert through the newly released Climate Resilience Express Planning Guide.
Global climate change has local impacts. Municipalities bear the brunt of extreme weather events such as drought, wildfires, and flooding. In response to these events, municipalities must become climate resilient by understanding, planning, and acting on the current and future impacts of climate change.
In 2019, we busted myths and misconceptions about electric vehicles in Alberta. Today, we are readdressing these concerns to finally put them to rest.
As our Funding Guide reflects, there are millions of dollars available to support municipalities taking climate action. Take a look…
Maintaining recreation centres can be expensive. Save money by upgrading to energy-efficient lighting, boilers, pumps and more.
The City of Lethbridge is southern Alberta’s commercial, financial, transportation, education, and industrial centre. The City of Lethbridge is working to reduce emissions in these sectors to create a sustainable community.