BC Community Climate Funding Guide
for Indigenous communities & local governments
An all-in-one guide of funding opportunities for climate action projects in your community.
You spoke, we listened
We have heard loud and clear that finding the right funding can be a challenge.
This guide was created to simplify your search for funding and to quickly connect you to the next opportunity to fund your community project. It’s a one-stop resource to find the best programs available to match projects that increase sustainable energy use and prepare for a changing climate.
Our goal and scope
To provide a comprehensive list of funding opportunities for Indigenous communities and local governments to reach their climate action goals. All programs listed in the guide are eligible for applications from Indigenous communities or local governments; programs for individuals and businesses are not listed.
- Welcome to the Community Climate Funding GuideWe are pleased to announce the release of the new Community Climate Funding Guide. This guide is the culmination of months of work from a dedicated and passionate team. Through the course of engagement with communities we have been aware for a while that the funding landscape can be a challenge to navigate. Our hope
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