Climate Action Progress

The City of Coquitlam has agreed to address climate change by signing the Climate Action Charter in 2007, committing to become carbon neutral by 2012 and to reduce energy consumption and associated corporate Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from City operations by 30% by 2015.


As part of the City’s commitment to implement energy conservation measures to fulfill its corporate Climate Action commitments, ​the City has undertaken a number of fleet management initiatives relating to environment, climate change and sustainable energy.

Municipal Risk Assessment Tool (MRAT)

In November 2013, the City of Coquitlam became one of three Canadian municipalities to partner with the Insurance Bureau of Canada in developing a new risk assessment tool to help identify vulnerabilities in infrastructure.