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Climate Action Plan 

How can Port Moody respond and adapt to climate change? Share your ideas with us!

The City invites you to provide input as we develop a Climate Action Plan – a community-wide strategy to help the City and its residents adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to warming of the Earth.

In British Columbia, we’re already experiencing the effects of climate change, such as extreme precipitation and an increase in average temperatures. A Climate Action Plan will help us adapt to the changes we’re already seeing, and reduce the impact of the changes that are yet to come. Between March and October 2019, you’ll have a variety of opportunities to share your ideas and provide feedback as we develop a Climate Action Plan for Port Moody.

Get Involved!

LightbulbClimate Action Plan Community Brainstorming Session
Date: Saturday, May 25, 2019
Time: 11am-3pm
Location: Civic Centre Galleria (100 Newport Drive)

We want to hear your ideas! What actions can we take as individuals and as a City to respond and adapt to climate change? We'll have interactive stations set up where you can learn, think, and share. Visit as many stations as you like and brainstorm with us. Big ideas, little ideas – we want them all. Can’t make it to the Community Brainstorming Session on May 25? Submit your ideas online by June 9, 2019.

Port Moody’s Climate Action Committee will consider ideas submitted by the public when developing a list of proposed actions to be included in a draft Climate Action Plan.

BrainstormClimate Action Plan Open House
Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019
Time: 5pm-8pm
Location: Civic Centre Galleria (100 Newport Drive)

We want your feedback! Tell us what you think about a list of proposed actions to be included in a draft Climate Action Plan for Council’s consideration. We’ll be inviting you to fill out a feedback form online and come to our Climate Action Plan Open House on October 10. Feedback from the public will inform the development of a draft Climate Action Plan, to be presented to Council for their consideration in early 2020.

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Past Events

On March 6, 2019, the City of Port Moody and the Port Moody Public Library hosted a Climate Change Dialogue. Topics included providing information on the Port Moody climate context, reducing our carbon footprint, and creating urban climate resiliency. Attendees heard from, and engaged in conversation with the following local experts:

  • Laura Sampliner, Sustainability and Energy Coordinator, City of Port Moody;
  • Ralph Wells, Community Energy Manager, University of British Columbia; and
  • Christine Callihoo, Senior Land Use and Community Planner, Resilience Environmental
  • Solutions.

View the presentation

Last updated: 13/05/2019 12:41:29 PM