In 2008 the City of Campbell River set its sights on becoming a green city by identifying key sustainability priorities pertaining to planning, waste reduction, multi-modal transportation, energy conservation and renewable energy development, natural space protection, environmental management and stewardship. This commitment built on the City becoming a signatory to the BC Climate Action Charter in 2007, committing to achieving carbon neutrality in municipal operations and developing a plan for greenhouse gas emissions reductions. At the same time, the City recognized the importance of social and economic priorities and their role in community resiliency. The work that has been underway since this time has strengthened the City‟s resolve to work towards creating a sustainable community. This plan, titled the Sustainable Campbell River Framework, or SCR: Framework, articulates a renewed and formal commitment to that vision.
View the full Integrated Community Sustainability Plan