The Government of Alberta is consulting on several proposed changes to the province’s existing regulatory framework for recycling. The proposed changes are intended to reduce municipal solid waste in Alberta, streamline Alberta’s regulatory framework, and provide options to shift end-of-life management costs from taxpayers to producers and consumers. The changes will advance initiatives in Alberta’s Too Good to Waste strategy. Read more »
From pipeline blow outs and tanker spills to train derailments, when it comes to oil spills, how can we protect our communities, and the lands and waters that we love? How can we push through the corporate spin and public relations campaigns to advocate effectively for our communities and the planet in the aftermath of these environmental disasters?
This workshop will cover the basics of oil spill impacts and demystify industry and government cleanup. It will explore some of the ways that we, the grassroots, can skill up and step up when it comes to community oil spill response and ecological detox and recovery. Read more »
Are you passionate about growing and gathering your own food and medicine, but are concerned that the soils in your community are contaminated by heavy metals or chemicals?
Do you live in a place where industrial activity formerly occurred or is currently taking place and are concerned about the toxic legacies left behind?
From transforming vacant lots and wastelands into urban farms, community gardens, and wild spaces, to growing and gathering safe and healthy food and medicine in our backyards and wildlands, how can we work with the power of living systems to heal contaminated and damaged land? When it comes to environmental disasters, like oil spills, how can we skill up and help with the recovery of the communities, lands and waters that we love? Read more »
presented in partnership with the City of Medicine Hat
Join the Recycling Council of Alberta in Medicine Hat to get updates and discuss current issues in the recycling industry.The RCA is hosting this workshop to engage its members (and other interested parties) in a discussion on the issues and future opportunities within waste management. We look forward to sharing updates on current issues, and gaining feedback from you on your perspectives and experiences in the industry. Read more »
There is no assurance from regulators that public health and the environment will be adequately protected while municipalities take 10-30 years to comply. These timelines are not consistent with those ordered by the courts on the rare occasions when municipalities have been charged and convicted.
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