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Prince Edward Island’s efforts and reputation as a leader in climate change mitigation and adaptation will shape a flexible, P.E.I. approach to carbon pricing. Prince Edward Island is acknowledged as a committed contributor to international mitigation and adaptation actions around climate change...
Investing in Infrastructure -, Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar showcased Prince Edward Island’s innovations when she met with federal, provincial, and territorial energy ministers last weekend. The Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference (EMMC) in Saint Andrews, New...
To celebrate World Environment Day, Minister Natalie Jameson thanked Islanders for their continued efforts to reduce the Island’s greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change. Between 2017 and 2018, in Prince Edward Island, there was a reduction of about 25,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas...
Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Change Natalie Jameson approved the Prince Edward Island Energy Corporation’s Eastern Kings Wind Farm project under the Environmental Protection Act, subject to 17 conditions that include ongoing monitoring of the impact to the environment. “This decision...
Simple choices made every day about home energy and water use, transportation, consumption, recreation and recycling; choices about production techniques; choices about sewer and water infrastructure, land use planning and energy use, when added together, exert a powerful force on our environment.
The Climate Challenge Fund program has provided support for projects by organizations from across the province, including businesses, not-for-profit organizations, municipalities and academic research institutions. Funded projects are working to reduce and remove greenhouse gas emissions and adapt...
PEI Forest Policy 2006
PEI has recently completed a province-wide Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA). A risk assessment helps the province better understand climate-related risks in PEI and develop appropriate measures to respond. Visit Climate Change Risks to lean more about how the CCRA was developed.