Building a Low Carbon Future

In 2015-2016, Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook prepared a presentation entitled Building A Low Carbon Future, covering the basics of climate science and climate data and details in carbon emissions in Canada, BC, and locally. The presentation asks the question of what truly sustainable carbon emissions look like and then examines how we could be real climate leaders and reach a sustainable level of carbon emissions without losing our lifestyle. The presentation was delivered to students from Grades 7 to first-year college and to more than a dozen community groups.

Thank you to the Columbia Basin Trust Environmental Initiatives Program for making this project possible.

The presentation and notes are available here (caution, large PDFs):

Presentation Short Version

Presentation One Hour Version


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