Applications for the second intake of Project Two of the BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative (BCTCRI) are now open, offering micro-grants of up to $15,000 for eligible organizations.  

As outlined on the Destination BC's (DBC) website, the micro-grant funding will support businesses and organizations that have a sustainability or climate adaptation plan and are ready to implement the recommendations into their organization by:

  • purchasing equipment,
  • updating infrastructure,
  • implementing new systems or
  • pursuing sustainability certification.

DBC recently hosted an information session about the second micro-grant intake, which can be viewed on YouTube here.

The full micro-grant program guidelines are available here. Applications can be submitted here; the deadline is 4 p.m. PST on May 31, 2024. Applications will be evaluated on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

To learn more or ask questions about the BCTCRI or any of its four projects, contact DBC at

About the BCTCRI

The BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative (BCTCRI) will invest $3 million from the BC Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport (TACS) over two years through Destination BC, working in close collaboration with tourism industry partners including the six Regional Destination Management Organizations (RDMOS) and Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC). The goal of the BCTCRI is to support the tourism sector in addressing and preparing for climate change.