Our Compelling Vision,
Transform school buildings to carbon neutrality while linking student experiential learning to develop tomorrow’s skills and capacity to support a low carbon community, while creating new career development and job employment for our youth and adults. Our offering framework supports and delivers this vision.
Collaboration is at the heart of how we develop, design and implement decisions and actions to transform school buildings to carbon neutral. We have purposely created this collaborative alliance to link together student experiential learning with technology transformation to evolve the school and classroom into a living lab possibility. Working together with school boards and colleges TCI will co-create a new future for students while substantially reducing greenhouse gas over a pre-determined timeline. Over the course of this journey we collectively will develop and support new learning opportunities for all students associated with new curriculum, dual credit programs, Specialized High Skills Major (SHSM) programs and student cooperatives. This effort will help support your community to develop the capacity and capability skill sets to support the transformational learning HUB. Additional CCL Hubs are being contemplated in London, Barrie, Ottawa, Sudbury and Timmins with local Colleges. The technology transformation will be led by an energy master plan and GHG roadmap to identify potential building system deep retrofits, optimize these systems building system analytics and finally develop on site renewable energy systems and micro grids.
Our goal is to help school boards and colleges achieve 45% carbon reduction by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050, that aligns with the Paris Accord agreement and our Canadian Federal Government greenhouse gas (GHG) targets for educational buildings by implementing the Climate Change Leaders strategy.
Our Value Proposition
A pathway and expertise to meet the Paris Accord 2030 GHG reduction of 45% and net zero by 2050
Improving the quality, energy resiliency and sustainability of public buildings
Providing occupant health and wellness, safety, resiliency and responsible citizenry
On February 11, 2020 Mohawk and the following school districts signed an MoU with the following principles:
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