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What is a Coastal Erosion and Flood Risk Assessment (CEFRA)?, A Coastal Erosion and Flood Risk Assessment is an evaluation of the erosion potential for a given coastal property which is based on the historic rate of erosion. A CEFRA will also identify the potential for flooding on a coastal...
This graphic shows what kind of activities produce one tonne of CO 2 .
Presentation to Environmental Advisory Council - Climate Action: Adaptation - Hope Parnham January 2020.
What are greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions?, Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are the gases that are released into the atmosphere as a result of certain activities. GHGs are accumulating in the atmosphere like a blanket, trapping heat and raising global temperatures. GHG emissions come from...
For the reporting period of May 2018 to March 2019
What is the Prince Edward Island Coastal Property Guide?, The, Prince Edward Island Coastal Property Guide, answers basic questions relating to what you can and can’t do with your coastal property. It also discusses the potential risks of living on the coast and what you can do to adapt to these...
A summary report of the on-line public input for the Sustainable Transportation Strategy
The Government of Prince Edward Island has developed a five-year Climate Change Action Plan that provides a framework for both adapting to changing climate as well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Prince Edward Island’s residential, commercial, and industrial infrastructure located on the...
Reduce energy use, Change the way you think about transportation Insulate your home Make every drop count Cool wash and hang to dry High efficiency appliances Switch to "green power" Plant trees and shrubs - our new best friends Recycle Re-purpose Get the full details at www.ec.gc.ca
Summerside’s residential power customers will receive a refund on household electricity from the Prince Edward Island government. A 10 percent rebate will be applied to the first block – 2,000 kilowatts-hours – of electricity for the Summerside utility’s residential customers. Effective July 16,...