Pledge to Switch it Up!

Did you know natural gas furnaces, water heaters, clothes dryers, fireplaces, and cooking appliances generate a staggering amount of British Columbia's climate pollution? British Columbia’s natural-gas homes together contribute the same amount of climate pollution each year as more than 870,000 vehicles. That’s huge!

Fortunately, solutions are close at hand in the form of healthier, non-polluting heating and cooking technologies. But, we know that home appliances are costly which is why we’re asking you to make the switch when the time is right for you.

So! What can you do now? Take the pledge to Switch it Up and choose zero-emission household cooking and heating appliances when you renovate or upgrade your home.

I pledge to choose modern, clean, all-electric appliances and equipment when I renovate or upgrade my home.

You're in good company

Maura Brown Maura B., Vancouver
Bonnie Wedel Bonnie W., Abbotsford
Moira Engel Moira E., Langley
David Sanguinetti David S., Vancouver
Sue Maxwell Sue M., Whistler
Tracy Mitchell Tracy M., Sechelt
Lloyd Skaalen Lloyd S., Victoria
John Whistler John W., Vancouver
Glenn Schentag Glenn S., Victoria
Olimpia Cuesta Olimpia C., Vancouver
Mario Cimet Mario C., Vancouver
Donovan Woollard Donovan W., Vancouver
vicky baker vicky b., Vancouver
Deidre Solecki Deidre S., Louis Creek
Meghan Horan Meghan H., Victoria
Gideon Berry Gideon B., Vancouver
minnh minh minnh m., hanoii
Karen Crosby Karen C., New Westminster
Mike Southworth Mike S., North Vancouver
Kody Baker Kody B., North Vancouver
Florian Riemersma Florian R., Port moody
Allison Carruthers Allison C., Vancouver
Sophie D Sophie D, Vancouver
Olivia Dean-Falys Olivia D., Abbotsford
Gord Kukec Gord K., Vancouver
Peter Luty Peter L., Port Alberni
Jamil James Jamil J., Vancouver
Cory Proulx Cory P., Victoria
Christopher Porter Christopher P., Vancouver
Alex Jamieson Alex J., North Vancouver