Deep Dive Community Discussion

FTFO's Deep Dive DISCUSSION SERIES will take place online monthly.

Topics will be in the areas of transportation, economic recovery, buildings, agriculture, food security, and more.

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SUMMARY of October 29 Discussion

What does Building Back Better look like?

This article gives an interesting perspective.  Read online

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Illustration by Tallulah Fontaine

TAKE A DEEP DIVE INTO

Transportation

7:00-8:00pm Thurs Nov 26 via Zoom

 

Transportation is responsible for a whopping 68% of carbon emissions in the Okanagan, 36% of which is from personal vehicles. The City of Penticton is developing a Transportation Master plan. What should we encourage to ensure increased use of non-carbon transport?

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RSVP to be sent a short list of readings and videos on the topic as well as the Zoom link to join the November 26th discussion.

Transporation in Penticton is 61% of all Penticton urban emissions!  Use the tool HERE to see the city's energy future.

News Oct 2020

Penticton City Council is pro electric cars.

Penticton OCP Transportation PDF

BREAKING NEWS!! November 17, 2020 City Council approves the lake to lake AAA cycle route.

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