Changes to a Delta greenhouse will help grow vegetables using about half the amount of natural gas to heat the facility, lowering its carbon footprint, increasing its energy efficiency and supporting a clean economy.
Through new initiatives, the Government of British Columbia is taking action to prevent plastic waste from polluting communities, shorelines and ending up in landfills.
British Columbia’s central coast, including the Great Bear Rainforest, is the focus of a unique partnership to rid the shoreline of marine debris.
British Columbia has participated with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to establish a selenium-level objective for Lake Koocanusa, which straddles the border of B.C. and Montana.
Communities throughout British Columbia will soon be able to build organic waste processing facilities and implement organic curbside pickup programs.
The B.C. government is stepping up to help eligible outdoor adventure businesses, fishing and hunting lodges, guest ranches, ecotourism lodges, seasonal campgrounds and other commercial recreation operators during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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