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Sustainable Kamloops

Social Economic Environment


Sustainability is a characteristic of a process or state that can be maintained at a certain level indefinitely. A frequent reference point for the concept of sustainability is the work of the World Commission on Environment and Development, known as the Brundtland Commission, in the 1980's. In its report 'Our Common Future', the Commission defined sustainable development as that which 'meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.' This concept has much relevance in Kamloops as our community continues efforts to achieve a balance of the integrated goals of economic prosperity, social well-being, and environmental stewardship.

Sustainable Kamloops Framework The Big Picture

The Sustainable Kamloops Plan is complex and broad in scope. It helps to see the framework as a whole.
» download the framework chart

Kamloops' Vision of Sustainability

In 2050, Kamloops, Canada's Tournament Capital, is an innovative, vibrant and diverse community. Social, economic, and environmental challenges are welcomed as opportunities to further enhance its beautifully unique landscape. It is known for its bold ecological and healthy living initiatives that shape one of the most inviting and liveable cities in Canada. Kamloops offers a wide variety of housing choices that provides affordable and attractive neighbourhoods. It continues to minimize its corporate and community footprint and leads by example when making sustainable choices for future generations.

Kamloops is a place where blue skies, clean air, and fresh water complement the strong sense of belonging, where residents feel safe and secure, where community input is valued and encouraged, and where all citizens have abundant opportunities to live, learn, work, and play.

Sustainable Kamloops Plan Progress Report

The report shows the status, as of December 2016, of each of the 48 targets and 115 initiatives listed in the 2010 Sustainable Kamloops Plan (SKP). The report provides summary analysis in the introduction, followed by in-depth results for the 16 sustainability components addressed by the plan.
» Download the Sustainable Kamloops Plan Update

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