Penticton’s Community Climate Action Plan outlines a path to reduce our community’s carbon pollution. This plan helps lay the foundation for individuals and businesses to make cleaner climate choices, ensuring our city continues to be a healthy place for us – and future generations.
City Council endorsed the plan on Nov. 16, 2021, putting us on track to reduce our emissions by a projected 40 per cent below 2007 levels by 2030. This page details our goals moving forward. Also visit our Community Sustainability page for information about the City's Corporate Energy and Emissions Plan, which aims to reduce corporate greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.
Where We Stand Now
About the Community Climate Action Plan (CCAP)
The CCAP includes policies and actions that provide guidance for the City’s future decision-making. The plan focuses on leveraging municipal powers to help residents, businesses and visitors save energy, emissions and money. Scroll down to view graphics explaining our reduction targets.
To meet our climate goals, we have to work together to address the three main sources of emissions in our community: transportation, buildings and waste. Click the items below for further details.