We are taking action on climate change
CleanBC is government’s plan to lower climate-changing emissions by 40% by 2030 and we are already making progress. But the scale of the climate emergency we are living through demands that we act with even greater urgency. That’s why we are scaling up measures that are working and introducing new ideas so we can meet our ambitious climate targets. B.C. is collaborating with partners, industry and local governments to take action. Together, we’re protecting nature, building a cleaner economy and preparing communities for our future climate.
CleanBC programs can help you take action
Explore how you can reduce your impact on the environment
Explore how CleanBC is bringing people together to protect the place we call home
Working in partnership with Indigenous Peoples
Stronger partnerships with Indigenous peoples make sure Indigenous perspectives and interests are a central part of how we respond to climate change.
Explore how human activity is driving the climate emergency
The climate is already changing in B.C. and around the world. Extreme weather events are happening more often, from widespread flooding to severe wildfires to record breaking heat waves. Communities across the province have felt the devastating impacts.
Human activity is the main driver causing these changes in our climate. Our health, along with the well-being of our land, forests, rivers and oceans, is at risk.
Visit ClimateReadyBC to explore data and mapping of climate impacts and hazards.