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Despite continual growth in student enrolment and facility space, the Surrey School district has managed to reduce emissions by 17.5% in the past decade.
The Surrey Board of Education received the 2018 Carbon Neutral Action Report at its most recent board meeting.
The report covers the period from Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2018. It provides a record of the district's 2018 greenhouse gas emissions, offset purchases, reduction actions and plans for continued reduction of emissions in the future, as well as highlighting other sustainability actions in the district.
You can view the full report HERE.
In 2015 the district established five-year targets for reductions in energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions. Establishing 2010 as our baseline year, the district aims to achieve reductions of 25% in both energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions by the end of next year (2020). We are pleased to say we are well on our way to reaching our target.