Vancouver has a long history of supporting climate action, from the Clouds of Change reports in 1990 to the Community Climate Change Action Plan in 2005, the Greenest City Action Plan in 2011 PDF file (7.5 MB) and 2015 PDF file (14 MB), to the Renewable City Strategy in 2015 PDF file (4 MB), the Renewable City Action Plan in 2017 PDF file (1.3 MB), to the current Climate Emergency Action Plan.
See below for the most current documents associated with this plan, to get news on our progress, and to join us on social media.
- Council report PDF file (17 MB)
- Final motion as approved PDF file (105 KB)
- Presentation PDF file (24 MB)
- Indicators framework PDF file (65 KB)
- Fortis MOU PDF file (995 KB)
- Equity – Hua Foundation – summary report PDF file (273 KB)
- Equity – TEA Review of Draft Climate Emergency Plan PDF file (215 KB)
- Modelled impacts of Climate Emergency Action Plan PDF file (609 KB)
- IPCC AR6 Climate Change report 2021 External website, opens in new tab
- IPCC Special Report Global Warming of 1.5 degrees External website, opens in new tab
Initiatives that are helping us reach our goal and targets
We are working to have no GHG emissions from all new buildings by 2030. Learn how we’ll get there. Review policies, code requirements, and more.
The Neighbourhood Energy Strategy will help develop additional neighbourhood energy systems throughout Vancouver.
Our plan provides a vision for how people and goods move in and around Vancouver for the next 30 years.
Find where you can charge your electric vehicle and learn how we're supporting people and businesses in Vancouver to use electric vehicles.
We need your ongoing input and action, as we move forward with this bold climate plan. Sign up to stay connected on ways to get involved.