Farmers and watershed groups work together

A new committee is exploring ways to help Island farmers better handle farm-related environment issues, strengthen a core sector of the economy and help farm families build a strong future.

The PEI Agri Watershed Partnership (PEI-AWP) came together in the winter of 2019 when the PEI Federation of Agriculture approached the PEI Watershed Alliance to discuss working in partnership to encourage beneficial management practices.

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Better Homes Neighourhood Energy Project coming to Charlottetown

efficiencyPEI  and the City of Charlottetown have partnered to roll out a neighbourhood energy pilot project.  One Charlottetown neighbourhood and residents in the selected area will receive a letter of invitation to participate in the program. Residents who choose to participate will receive a free energy audit, some small scale efficiency upgrades for their home, and a one-on-one consultation with an energy consultant to review options for improving the efficiency of their home and reducing their energy costs.

Driving forward to reduce GHGs

Prince Edward Island is driving forward with efforts to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and calling on Islanders to do the same.

The first all-electric vehicle in the PEI government fleet of vehicles will allow public servants to leave a lighter footprint as they go about their work and also raises awareness of what Islanders can do to take their own actions on climate change.