Listen up, Edmonton Let's change something before climate changes everything

THE TIME IS NOW

We have a serious climate change problem that needs your attention. Join your neighbours, your family and your friends in taking action.

Change Homes For Climate

Jun. 28/18

Change Homes for Climate is a City of Edmonton program to help homeowners take climate action. From financial incentives for installing a solar energy system at home, to getting an EnerGuide evaluation and finding out what upgrades are most needed, this program can help you make your home more energy efficient, comfortable and energy sustainable.

City of Edmonton Jun. 28/18

Change Homes for Climate is a City of Edmonton program to help homeowners take climate action. From financial incentives for installing a solar energy system at home, to getting an EnerGuide evaluation and finding out what upgrades are most needed, this program can help you make your home more energy efficient, comfortable and energy sustainable.

Concerned about climate change? You are not alone.

Aug. 14/18

City of Edmonton Aug. 14/18

Mike Holmes’ High Performance Homes for Climate

Jul. 24/18

Canadian housing and renovation expert Mike Holmes offers home energy efficiency tips and tricks. Learn what they are and what rebates are available for your home renovations.

City of Edmonton Jul. 24/18

Canadian housing and renovation expert Mike Holmes offers home energy efficiency tips and tricks. Learn what they are and what rebates are available for your home renovations.

Rising Waters, Sinking Cities, Gathering Storm

Jun. 28/18

Yvonne Bilan-Wallace uses fibre art to show the threats of climate change and our need to change in order to protect the things we cherish. The Climate Change Exhibition runs until July 3.

Yvonne Bilan-Wallace Jun. 28/18

Yvonne Bilan-Wallace uses fibre art to show the threats of climate change and our need to change in order to protect the things we cherish. The Climate Change Exhibition runs until July 3.

Actions for Change

Impact Rating

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Help us reach our collective goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Actions rated 5 have the highest impact. Actions rated * were submitted by Edmontonians. Though they have not been measured, they are still important actions that have an impact on GHG reduction.

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Actions List

Dry your clothes naturally

Impact

1

Category: Lifestyle

Complexity

1 out of 3

Rebate

Yes

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Switch to LED bulbs

Impact

2

Category: Home Efficiency

Complexity

1 out of 3

Rebate

Yes

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Commute sustainably year-round

Impact

3

Category: Transportation

Complexity

2 out of 3

Rebate

Yes

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You must be signed in to do this.

Install a high-efficiency furnace

Impact

4

Category: Home Efficiency

Complexity

2 out of 3

Rebate

Yes

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You must be signed in to do this.

Want to find out how to make your home more energy efficient and comfortable year-round? Book an EnerGuide home evaluation now and get a $400 rebate from the City of Edmonton.

Go to EnerGuide to get an assessment

Invest in renewable energy with a solar PV system

Impact

5

Category: Home Efficiency

Complexity

3 out of 3

Rebate

Yes

You must be signed in to do this.

You must be signed in to do this.

Want to find out how to make your home more energy efficient and comfortable year-round? Book an EnerGuide home evaluation now and get a $400 rebate from the City of Edmonton.

Go to EnerGuide to get an assessment
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