The Kamloops-Thompson School district (No. 73) wants to see its carbon offsets go back into the public sector


School Districts across BC pay carbon tax to the Pacific Carbon Trust which then funnels that money into several private sector energy efficiency projects. Last year the PCT collected $4 million from BC schools. The Kamloops-Thompson School district (No. 73) wants to see its carbon offsets go back into the public sector. Read more at BC Local News.

View the list of Pacific Carbon Trust projects here. 


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