Net-zero means achieving a balance between the emissions we produce through day-to-day activities and how much can be absorbed by the natural environment and through technology. To achieve net-zero we must reduce emissions across all sectors and industries, switch to cleaner sources of energy, and demonstrate a commitment to innovation and transformational change.
As an Island resident you are eligible for Government of PEI rebates and incentives. Use the Net-Zero funding navigator tool to determine which incentives and rebates you or your business are eligible for.
Tackling climate change now and in the future will require our best ideas, ingenuity and enterprise. We need viable, long-term solutions as we work to achieve our target of being the first province in Canada to reach net zero.
Active transportation (AT) is defined as any self-propelled human form of transportation such as walking, running and cycling. It is designed to get people to a particular destination whether it is work, school or to the grocery store.
The agriculture industry is deeply intertwined with the environment and culture on Prince Edward Island, There are programs to assist framers and agricultural land owners in playing an active role in PEI's transition to Net Zero.