Updated: February 21, 2024
How you can get involved
Tell us what you think of the draft Neighbourhood Climate Action Plan. Did we get it right? Are we missing anything? And what support do you need to make changes in your daily life? Here’s how you can have your say:
Complete the survey
- (link will be available on March 5th)
Attend a workshop to take a closer look at NCAP and take part in a facilitated discussion where we'll ask for feedback from the community. Lunch/dinner and childcare will be provided. Registration is required. Workshops will be held on:
- Saturday, March 9th at Wesbrook Community Centre (Social Room) from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Register online
- Wednesday, March 13th at CIRS (BC Hydro Theatre) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Register online
Drop by one of our open houses to learn more about NCAP. Open houses will be held on:
- Saturday, March 9th at Wesbrook Community Centre from 11:30am to 1:00pm
- Wednesday, March 13th in the CIRS Atrium from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Join us on a Walking Tour in Wesbrook Place where we’ll highlight current and future strategies being pursued through NCAP to accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions. Registration is required:
- Wednesday, March 13th from 10:00am to 11:30am. Meet us at Wesbrook Community Centre. Register online
- See the NCAP Walking Tour route map here
Let's have a Coffee Chat! We want to hear your perspective on making climate action in the neighbourhoods more inclusive and equitable, so if you are unable to attend a workshop or if you'd prefer a more intimate conversation we would love to take you out for coffee! Conversations will not be disclosed nor referenced due to privacy considerations. Please reach out to email@example.com if you are interested.
UBC's NCAP is our pathway to a net-zero, climate resilient community.
NCAP will provide policy directions, targets and actions in key climate areas including buildings, transportation and mobility, waste and materials, neighbourhood infrastructure, ecology, and climate emergency preparedness, with specific considerations to meet the unique conditions and needs of the university neighbourhoods.
NCAP covers UBC’s existing neighbourhoods: Hampton Place, Hawthorn Place, Wesbrook Place, Chancellor Place, East Campus, as well as the future Stadium and Acadia neighbourhoods:
The final Plan will include short, medium, and long-term actions with interim targets to achieve our overarching goals for GHG emissions reductions and climate resiliency. NCAP will grow and change with time as implementation and emerging thinking evolves.
NCAP will ensure any future growth planned through Campus Vision 2050 remains consistent with our commitments to sustainability. NCAP will also be informed by and will inform the following sustainability plans and policies:
NCAP is being developed with engagement with the University Neighbourhoods Association, the neighbourhood community, and UBC Properties Trust.
Preliminary Terms of Reference
This includes technical scoping, goal and target setting with key stakeholders.
Engagement with key stakeholders and community members.
Engagement in the neighborhoods on emerging directions.
Engagement in the neighborhoods on the draft NCAP.
UBC Board of Governors approval
Draft NCAP goes to UBC Board of Governors for approval.
NCAP is implemented in the campus neighborhoods.
Engagement Reports & Materials
Download engagement reports and public materials.
- Emerging Directions Engagement Summary Report: Learn more about what we heard throughout the Emerging Directions engagement process. This report contains all appendices, including display boards.
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