Climate Smart’s practical, solutions-based program is now available through a well-designed online offering
All across Canada businesses continue to lead on climate action and are finding innovative ways to build towards the future we all aspire to.
With a newly designed online training option, Climate Smart is able to help businesses continue their important work on climate and support the transition to a cleaner and more resilient low carbon future.
Generous discounts and financial support is available — up to 50% — from HSBC Bank, City of North Vancouver, City of Edmonton, Port of Vancouver and Vancity Credit Union.
Join virtually through online training: kicking-off on June 23rd. More details here: https://climatesmartbusiness.com/dates/
For over a decade, Climate Smart has helped hundreds of businesses, across all sectors, to profitably reduce emissions and cut costs on energy, fuel and waste. The program focuses on the business case for carbon reductions — cost savings, reduced climate risk, improved operational efficiencies, employee engagement, and benchmarking data — adding up to increased competitive advantage.
“Working with Climate Smart has helped us develop improved systems for tracking the environmental impact of our operations, as well as incorporating those impacts into our operational and financial decision making processes. The added benefit of learning alongside other Port businesses has also proved extremely valuable, significantly reducing the cost of researching new technologies, incentives and programs specific to our industry.” Director of Engineering & Terminal Development, Fraser Surrey Docks
“Ever since becoming a father, I have looked differently at ways in which I can influence future generations and become a more sustainable human. The Climate Smart Program gives companies a fantastic opportunity to take those personal passions and apply this within a working operation. Everyone has a responsibility for the future of our planet, and this program is a step in the right direction for future generations.” Manager, Dexterra