Environment & Society

Job Opportunity: Executive Director, Green Calgary

Position: 
Executive Director
Location: 
Calgary

From the posting on the Green Calgary website:

Spring is in the air, time to start fresh with an opportunity to provide integral leadership to Green Calgary! Combine your unwavering passion for the environment with sharp business acumen to help engage the wider Calgary community in greening the way they live, work and play!

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Ecological Grief is not new, but on the Rise

Nov 22 2018 - 12:00pm

Grieving the loss or change of a cherished natural space has not always been recognized as a true form of grieving. For example, the grief First Nations Peoples in USA and Canada experienced after losing their way of life in the wake of colonization, was generally not recognized as ecological grief. Read more about Ecological Grief is not new, but on the Rise

Location

Royal Canadian Legion (north door)
324 Mayor Magrath Drive S
Lethbridge , AB

Ecological Grief

Nov 22 2018 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Grieving the loss or change of a cherished natural space has not always been recognized as a true form of grieving. With wildfires and summers filled with smoke, devastating flooding, subtle changes in the seasons, and the recent IPCC report, ecological grief is now starting to become recognized as a legitimate form of mourning and anxiety. But like all forms of grief, ecological grief is personal, unique, and doesn't often follow a logical pattern. Join us for a discussion around the ways we may grieve a landscape similarly (and differently) to other forms of loss. Read more about Ecological Grief

Location

Lethbridge Public Library
810 5 Avenue S
T1J 4C4 Lethbridge , AB

Alberta Narrative Project report released

"The Alberta Narratives Project is a community-based initiative and new approach to public engagement research that builds skills and better communications. It aims to uncover language and narratives that reflect the values and identities of Albertans, and to find ways of talking about our energy-climate future that build bridges to better community conversation."

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CANCELLED - An Evening with Linda Duncan: Working Towards an Environmental Bill of Rights

Nov 18 2017 - 2:00am

Due to last-minute scheduling issues, this event has been cancelled. If you have already registered for this event, you will receive a refund.

This event is part of the Alberta Environmental Network's 2017 Fall Meetings

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Location

TBA Edmonton , AB

AEN Fall Workshop: Reinventing Campaigns for Greater Impact

Nov 17 2017 - 8:00pm to Nov 18 2017 - 12:00am

This workshop is part of the Alberta Environmental Network's 2017 Fall Meetings

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Location

Wild Rose Room, Lister Conference Centre
11613 87 Avenue NW (U of A Campus)
T6G 2H6 Edmonton , AB

AWA Talk: Time for Radical Change – Advocacy to Make the Impossible Possible

Sep 14 2016 - 1:00am

With Dr. Joe Vipond

Learn about the Alberta Coal-Phase Out Campaign and its success. The multi-pronged campaign created a shift in thinking among policy makers, and included health groups, conservation and social justice groups. Will this campaign model ways for conservation to lead the conversation?

  • Talk starts at 7:00 pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
  • Tickets: $5.00
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Location

AWA Cottage School
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB

Igniting the Sparkle: Sharing knowledge between Western and Indigenous sciences

Mar 9 2016 - 2:00am

The Faculties of Science and Native Studies are pleased to announce a two-day event to showcase, explore, reinforce and expand intersections between western and Indigenous knowledge and science. Inspired by the Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report, this conversation will build and enhance these connections through a public talk and symposium, to explore how we can contribute to finding ways to share and respect science knowledge within and between these two cultures and worldviews.

Kicking off this event is a special keynote lecture from Gregory Cajete—Author, Educator, and Director of Native American Studies at the University of New Mexico. Read more about Igniting the Sparkle: Sharing knowledge between Western and Indigenous sciences

Location

CCIS 1-440
Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science (University of Alberta North Campus)
Edmonton , AB

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