Webinar

Haysboro Climate Conversation

Jan 26 2021 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

From Calgary Climate Hub:

January 26 is the next COVID-safe digital version of our popular Community Climate Conversation. This time we are going to Haysboro!

Tune in to our Community Zoomcast from your own cozy space and engage in *real* conversations with our host of climate experts on topics like renewable energy, permaculture and building climate resilience (and pandemic resilience!) into GREAT Calgary communities like this one. Read more about Haysboro Climate Conversation

The Alberta Tailings Ponds II Factual Record: A Submission Under the NAFTA Environmental Side Agreement

Dec 2 2020 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

The Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) recently made public the Alberta Tailings Ponds II Factual Record which resulted in widespread national media coverage and commentary. This report is the result of the CEC’s Submissions on Enforcement Matters (SEM) process, which allows individuals and organizations across North America to raise concerns about the enforcement of environmental laws by Canada, Mexico or the United States. Read more about The Alberta Tailings Ponds II Factual Record: A Submission Under the NAFTA Environmental Side Agreement

2020 Environmental Gathering Idea Talk: Indigenous Protected & Conserved Areas

Dec 8 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Canada is working to meet its commitment of 17% conserved areas by the end of 2020. New creative measures have been developed to help meet these goals. Join Kecia Kerr from CPAWS Northern Alberta and Matt Munson from the Dene Tha' First Nation as they share the relatively new concept of Indigenous Protected & Conserved Areas (IPCA) and what it takes to develop the first IPCA in Alberta. Read more about 2020 Environmental Gathering Idea Talk: Indigenous Protected & Conserved Areas

Achieving net-zero: How a climate accountability law will get us there

Nov 12 2020 - 12:30pm

From Ecojustice:

The climate emergency is putting the safety of Canadians at risk. Changing the course of this crisis is within our control — but it will require the federal government to take decisive action now.

Canada has missed every greenhouse gas emission target it has ever set. Without a law that holds our elected leaders accountable for reducing Canada’s emissions, we run the risk of missing our 2030 target and our goal of net-zero by 2050. Read more about Achieving net-zero: How a climate accountability law will get us there

The Climate Crisis and Its Solutions in Alberta

Nov 16 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

An online presentation about how Albertans are already experiencing impacts of climate change, and solutions for Alberta and Edmonton

Climate change is the most important environmental issue of our time. In this short online presentation, we'll talk about how Albertans are already experiencing the effects of climate change, with time at the end to discuss solutions we can employ right now to address it. Read more about The Climate Crisis and Its Solutions in Alberta

Climate Change & Alberta Conservation Areas

Nov 10 2020 - 10:30am to 11:30am

Climate Change is a problem that affects every person around the globe. One of the easiest most cost-effective strategies is to increase the quantity and quality of the conservation areas that protect critical lands and waters. We can do this right here in Canada. We already use and enjoy these areas for our recreation and relaxation, but they are also a critical component in dealing with climate change. Find out how you can help, join our Zoom conversation to find out more. Read more about Climate Change & Alberta Conservation Areas

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