Carbon Offsets & A Solar Powered Town

The T’Sou-ke Nation on Vancouver Island has built one of Canada’s largest solar installations and made a name for itself as leader in sustainable power. They tell us how they did it, and what they’re doing to help other communities that want to follow their lead. We also look into carbon offsets: their pros and cons, and what to look for when buying them. All that, plus your weekly round up of the new headlines from across the country, on this week’s edition of Terra Informa.

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The Pembina Institute and David Suzuki Foundation consumer guide to carbon offsets.

One of the solar arrays at the T'Sou-ke Nation on Vancouver Island.

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