UNEP to publish guide on climate-resilient building
The United Nations Environment Programme will publish a new guide to climate-resilient buildings and communities tomorrow at 7 p.m. Tokyo time. A statement said the new publication, A Practical Guide to Climate-resilient Buildings and Communities, demonstrates how buildings and community spaces can be constructed to increase their resilience to climate change, especially in developing countries where structures are largely self-built.
B.C. government ups possible investment in renewable gas and hydrogen
The Government of British Columbia has amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation to increase the production and use of renewable gas as well as green and waste hydrogen in the province. Natural gas utilities will be able to increase the amount of renewable gas they can acquire and supply from five to 15 per cent and the government will be broadening the methods by which utilities can obtain hydrogen, RNG and other renewable gases.
Manitoba increases green funding through $1 million fund
The Province of Manitoba is accepting applications for the Conservation and Climate Fund and has increased the size of the fund by 66 per cent to $1 million. Eligible applicants include incorporated non-profit organizations, academic and educational institutions, municipalities, businesses, and northern and Indigenous communities. Interested parties can find information on how to apply here.