BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET-ZERO 2035
Banff is Canada’s first national park. The nature of its existence is to show us all—the country, the world—what is possible. BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET ZERO 2035 is a grassroots, bottoms-up initiative helping to transform Banff into North America’s first net-zero emissions community by 2035.
LEARNING FROM WORLD-LEADERS
TO LEAPFROG TO NET-ZERO
From Zion to Zermatt, we are drawing on best practices from global leaders in mountain town and national park sustainability and low carbon technology solutions to help Banff National Park take a leadership role in the transition to net-zero. Leapfrog to First: BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET ZERO 2035 will accelerate a shift from the status quo to top of class.
READ THE LATEST NEWS
New study shows Banff National Park has highest transportation greenhouse gas emissions of any National Park in North America
A new research report shows that Banff National Park, the 6th most visited National Park in North America, has transportation greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions five times higher than the Grand Canyon, the National Park in the U.S. with the highest transportation-based emissions. The report also highlights that Banff National Park has per visitor transportation GHGs that are 63 times higher than Zion National Park.
Meet our Working Group
Insights from Banff’s biggest employers, the Town and its Federal and Provincial government counterparts, leading academics and more will help us better understand actions that can help this tourist town transition to net-zero and create transformational solutions valuable to communities across Canada.
Transforming Banff into North America’s first net-zero emissions community
Discover how initiatives such as a shuttle only service to points of interest, passenger rail and aerial transit has the potential to significantly decrease transportation and overall GHG emissions within a National Park system. Download a summary of a recently published report on solutions that can be applied to Banff National Park.
Read BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET-ZERO 2035 coverage in The Globe and Mail
Reporter Kelly Cryderman spoke with BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET ZERO 2035 Working Group members Jan Waterous, Managing Partner for Liricon Capital, and David Knight Legg, CEO of Invest Alberta, about a range of proposed public transportation initiatives for Banff National Park.
CBC covers BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET-ZERO 2035’s bold plan
Jan Waterous, Managing Partner for Liricon Capital, spoke with CBC‘s senior business reporter, Don Pittis, about how BANFF NATIONAL PARK NET ZERO 2035’s approach can both cut GHG emissions and improve the visitor experience. Click below to read an excerpt from the larger article.
We are not a think tank,
We are a do tank.