i3p

i3P Project

A unique climate change initiative in Québec

The i3P Project will enable the City of Beaconsfield and its community to identify model and innovative projects, accelerate the implementation of sustainable and ecological projects, increase knowledge and skills at the regional level, and build partnerships with local experts to combat climate change and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

This initiative will allow the City to complete the first three phases of the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), to simultaneously produce a first Community Energy Plan and implement a Climate Change Adaptation Plan.

The i3P Project is divided into 4 main components:

i – inventory

of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from municipal activities and the community

P – Action plan

to reduce GHGs and find the most promising measures to put in place

P – Adaptation plan

to ensure the safety, health and well-being of the community in the face of climatic hazards

P – Community Energy Planning

to better manage our energy consumption

A collaborative approach closely tied to our community

An important consultation and collaboration process will be rolled out to participants, stakeholders and the community. Presentation sessions of the i3P Project, webinars, information and working sessions will be planned.

Be a part of it!

In order to ensure that we get a true picture of the local conditions and to carry out an exhaustive analysis, we need your cooperation!

Because you are in the best position to talk about your experience, we want to hear from you! Tell us about the weather events and the impacts that you have perceived or witnessed. While the municipal team remains aware of and responds to local climate events, you undoubtedly have information that will be essential to the process. Write to us at

Join the discussion to learn more about how to adapt to climate change!

Come meet us at 7p.m. at the Herb Linder Annex located at 303 Beaconsfield Boulevard on Wednesday, March 20 and on Tuesday, May 28.

Under the supervision of the Société d’innovation en environnement (SIE), which will act as the project manager and expert for the completion of activities and deliverables for the i3P Project, YHC Environment will be responsible for the activities leading up for the development of the GHG reduction action plan as well as the community energy planning, and the Carbon Consult Group (CCG) will carry out the climate change adaptation plan.