Founders of early startups have to juggle a lot of things to keep their cleantech project moving forward. At times, it might feel like you’re overwhelmed, missing something important, or need help, but can’t say where.
The Cool It Climate Leadership challenge wrapped up the last of its spring 2020 workshops in June. In a semester that saw Cool It shift entirely online as a result of COVID-19, the Cool It team was thrilled to be able to deliver 39 online elementary workshops as well as 15 high school workshops.
On July 29th, the BCSEA conducted a webinar inviting interested sustainability professionals to participate in a game-like challenge utilizing the EN-Roads simulator.
The EN-Roads Climate Policy Simulator is an up-and-coming technological and educational tool that is useful in teaching people how we can effectively approach the climate crisis. Essentially, the simulator incorporates all variables that contribute to the rise and fall of global temperatures within the sectors of energy, technology, and land use.
In mid-March when the Covid-19 pandemic struck, the Kamloops Chapter was planning on doing two Electric Vehicle shows but of course those had to be cancelled. We’ve been looking for other ways to advance our mandate during the pandemic and recently found one thing: offering recommendations to local decision-makers through writing letters.
BCSEA’s most recent legal argument at the BC Utilities Commission supports conversion of fleets of vehicles and vessels from fossil fuels to clean electricity.
Individual electric vehicles are already on the road in BC, and more are on the way. Next to come are whole fleets of electric vehicles such as transit buses and delivery trucks, and electric vessels such as ferries. But there’s a glitch.
We're sorry that you were not able to attend City Builder Climate Webinar Series: City of Vancouver Spotlight. We hope you’ll watch the video recording of the webinar - the next best thing to being there.
Here are the links to the webinar recording and the presentation slides. Please feel free to share them with your network, and stay tuned for news of our next webinar in the City Builder Climate Series.