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Native Trout in Alberta

Jun 17 2020 - 1:00pm

CPAWS Southern Alberta and Trout Unlimited Canada are hosting a livestream discussion on the threats to native trout in Alberta, and what we can do to promote their recovery.

Submit your trout questions for the experts on Facebook, and tune in to the livestream on June 17 at 1:00 PM. Read more about Native Trout in Alberta

Climate change considerations in the new federal impact assessment regime

Jun 27 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Canada’s new federal impact assessment legislation came into force in August 2019. It includes explicit requirements to take into account climate change considerations during assessment and decision-making phases. What does this mean? Details are still emerging, primarily in the form of draft guidance set to be finalized in the very near future. This Saturday Morning at the Law School session presents the new legislative context and comments on the details of climate change considerations available to date, including implications for review and approval of major resource projects. The presentation will also relate this material to the broader context of implementing Canada’s international climate change commitments and related domestic law and policy measures.

This event is sponsored by the Alberta Law Foundation.

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Making Sure Canada Never Misses Another Climate Target

Jun 17 2020 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

As a nation, we have missed every greenhouse gas reduction target set by the Canadian government prior to the current 2030 target, and are currently not on track to meet the 2030 target. While governments can claim credit for setting long-term goals, several short-term, and sometimes hard, necessary steps remain to achieve them.  Read more about Making Sure Canada Never Misses Another Climate Target

Reframed Tech Series: Solar panels & deep retrofits

Jun 24 2020 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

This webinar is part of Pembina Institute's Reframed Tech Series

Join our fourth webinar to hear from leaders in solar panel retrofit solutions.

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Speakers: To be announced

Moderator: Betsy Agar, senior analyst, Pembina Institute

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A Climate of Change - Episode 9: Linda Coady

Jun 18 2020 - 7:05pm

From the Calgary Climate Hub website:

Join us for our new weekly speaker series about what comes next as it relates to our country, the economic system and the climate crisis once the coronovirus has come and gone. Each week, Canadian thought leaders will answer three questions: Read more about A Climate of Change - Episode 9: Linda Coady

Women and the Energy Transition

Jun 23 2020 - 11:00am

Across Alberta, women are leading the charge in a shift to a lower-carbon future. Whether they are industry professionals, public servants or community members, whether they are running community workshops, lecturing in university classrooms or changing their homes, women are key to increasing the momentum towards a lower carbon world and making sure no one is left behind. Read more about Women and the Energy Transition

A Climate of Change - Episode 8: Celia Lee & Dr. Noel Keough

Jun 11 2020 - 7:05pm

From the Calgary Climate Hub website:

Join us for our new weekly speaker series about what comes next as it relates to our country, the economic system and the climate crisis once the coronovirus has come and gone. Each week, Canadian thought leaders will answer three questions: Read more about A Climate of Change - Episode 8: Celia Lee & Dr. Noel Keough

Why a Just Recovery must be anti-racist: Mass online teach-in

Jun 11 2020 - 5:00pm

In the midst of COVID-19 and the climate crisis, communities across North America are rising up in solidarity with Black Lives Matter to confront racist police violence and white supremacy. In the last few weeks alone in Canada, police have claimed the lives of Black and Indigenous people including Chantel Moore, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, Eishia Hudson, Jason Collins, Kevin Andrews, and D'Andre Campbell.

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