HCi3 provided funding to a unique community partnership. This pilot project by O.N.E. Community Economic Development Society and The ReCover Initiative takes aim at two intersecting challenges: a systemic employment gap facing the African Nova Scotian community and the need to quickly scale up deep energy retrofits.
At the Montreal Climate Summit, collaboration was on our minds. But what climate solutions might be best suited to the collaborative approach? Here are five.
Metro Vancouver’s LC3 Centre, ZEIC, launched an innovative program that aims to reduce the embodied carbon in new home builds by 40%, coinciding with the City of Vancouver’s target to reduce embodied emissions by 40% by 2030. Learn how ZEIC and ZEBx are gathering expertese from collaborators and researchers to reduce embodied carbon emissions in BC.
LC3’s Theory of Change (ToC) illustrates the impact that the LC3 Network aims to achieve, the process through which we intend to work towards that impact, and the underlying assumptions. The ToC clarifies LC3’s unique role within a broader ecosystem of stakeholders, change agents, and the communities it serves, and identifies how these stakeholders have a role to play to achieve LC3’s vision for Canadian communities.
Enter the Multi-Solving Challenge Game. The idea of a game was born out of collaboration among The Atmospheric Fund, Low Carbon Cities Canada, and the Centre For Social Innovation, all of whom were interested in new approaches that could make hard-hitting low-carbon action more relevant to more people.