National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
The Klahoose Nation is charged up over a new clean energy project that both protects the environment and fuels economic development.
A new micro-hydroelectric project at the Klahoose Wilderness Resort on B.C.’s isolated Central Coast will eliminate diesel fuel use at the off-grid, eco-tourist destination, removing 38 tonnes of carbon emissions annually, said Bruno Pereira.
Continue reading Small West Coast First Nation fuels economic growth with clean energy
CKTZ News, through an LJI grant from Canada-info.ca
Klahoose Wilderness Resort in Toba Inlet, BC, is in the process of converting to fully sustainable energy along with other improvements, among high demand for its tourism packages.
Continue reading Indigenous-owned wilderness resort poised for a strong second year
Windspeaker, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
In the midst of a pandemic, climate emergency and uncertain economic future, Klahoose First Nation is looking at ways to shift from fossil dependence to alternative sources of green energy.
Continue reading Klahoose Wilderness Resort decreases carbon footprint with the power of water