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Partners for Climate Protection

Program Resources

The PCP program has developed a range of support tools and resources to help municipalities make their way through the five milestones. In addition to PCP resources, many other organizations have also developed tools supporting the milestone process.

  • Getting Started

    Getting Started

    If you are looking for information on climate change, the PCP program overview is a good place to start. It will give you a sense of the role local governments can play, as well as possible initiatives for climate-change adaptation.
  • The PCP Milestone Tool

    The PCP Milestone Tool

    The PCP Milestone Tool is a user-friendly, web-based resource that helps local governments to prepare GHG emission inventories, and monitor and manage emissions generated at the local level.
  • Milestone Toolkit

    Milestone Toolkit

    This contains tools, guides and learning resources, listed by PCP program milestone.
  • Webinars

    Webinars

    Recordings of previous webinars are available on various climate-change topics, from developing inventories to reporting on the results of applied technologies.
  • Greenhouse Gas Reduction Initiatives

    Greenhouse Gas Reduction Initiatives

    The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Initiative of the Month series documents initiatives implemented by PCP members to reduce emissions. These summaries share environmental and economic results, lessons learned, and next steps.
  • Climate Resources

    Climate Resources

    Further guidance and resources related to climate change from other organizations that have developed tools that complement the milestone process.
  • Municipal Reports

    Municipal Reports

    Milestone reports prepared by local governments.
  • Enviro-Fleets

    Enviro-Fleets

    Through its Enviro-Fleets pilot project, FCM helped municipal fleet managers reduce GHG and criteria air contaminant emissions associated with the operation of heavy duty diesel fleet vehicles. Supported by Environment Canada, the pilot concluded in March 2011.
Page Updated: 27/08/2013