“It’s time to evolve our energy narrative to include low carbon resilience, for the benefit of our economy, communities, ecosystems, and grandchildren.”

Low carbon resilience received the spotlight this week in an op-ed piece written by ACT’s Deborah Harford and featured in The Hill Times Energy Policy Briefing. The article, Low carbon resilience is Canada’s safe green path in a changing climate, highlights that while adaptation and mitigation are already becoming business as usual for local governments and professional practitioners, widespread collaboration on integrated adaptation and mitigation isn’t yet underway.

The interconnected challenges and opportunities associated with climate change require responses designed to achieve the most effective outcomes. A low carbon resilience approach will give Canada a bigger bang for our buck across the board.

Read the full article here.