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Miistakis Monday: Do We Need a Definition of Biodiversity Conservation?

Jun 8 2020 - 12:00pm

From the Miistatkis Institute:

What does biodiversity conservation mean? We can define biodiversity, and we can catalogue the conservation mechanisms (parks, laws, education, research, advocacy, etc.), but how do we assess if a specific activity will conserve biodiversity. Join us a for a panel discussion about a proposed way of describing biodiversity conservation, and whether this is even needed.

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A Climate of Change - Episode 7: Markham Hislop

Jun 4 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 7: Markham Hislop

Reframed Tech Series: Climate resilience & deep retrofits

Jun 10 2020 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

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

Join our third webinar to hear from leaders in climate-resilient retrofit solutions.

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Speakers: To be announced

Moderator: Ghazal Ebrahimi, senior analyst, Pembina Institute

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Reframed Tech Series: Heat pumps & deep retrofits

May 27 2020 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

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

Making our homes future-ready calls for rapid scale-up, and retrofitting homes with high-efficiency, low-carbon heating systems is key. In combination with an air-tight, well-insulated building envelope, heat pumps can provide more comfortable and efficient heating than combustion or radiant heating, and they can run on clean electricity. Read more about Reframed Tech Series: Heat pumps & deep retrofits

There is no plan(et) B: The fight for strong climate action in Canada

Jun 10 2020 - 2:00pm

This webinar is part of Ecojustice’s #BetterThanNormal conversation series

Post-coronavirus, we’ll still be in a climate emergency. Join Alan Andrews for an exclusive update on Ecojustice’s work advocating for new, sorely-needed climate laws at the federal level, challenging carbon-intensive infrastructure, and backing seven courageous young people as they fight for their futures in our biggest climate litigation to date. Read more about There is no plan(et) B: The fight for strong climate action in Canada

Defending nature: Standing up for wildlife and natural spaces from coast to coast to coast

May 28 2020 - 2:00pm

This webinar is part of Ecojustice’s #BetterThanNormal conversation series

Join Margot Venton to get the scoop on how, even though there’s a pandemic going on, Ecojustice’s nature team is busier than ever with efforts to challenge risky oil and gas exploration that puts the environment at risk, urging government to give critically-endangered Southern Resident killer whales a fighting chance at survival, and pushing for strong laws that defend nature and biodiversity. Read more about Defending nature: Standing up for wildlife and natural spaces from coast to coast to coast

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