Climate Change

Alberta Organizations Call for Regional Assessment of Metallurgical Coal Mining

Groups are asking the Federal Government to assess metallurgical coal mining’s impacts on water, species at risk, and Treaty and Aboriginal rights

CALGARY/TERRITORIES OF THE BLACKFOOT AND PEOPLES OF TREATIES 6 AND 7, HOME TO MÉTIS NATION OF ALBERTA, REGION III Read more about Alberta Organizations Call for Regional Assessment of Metallurgical Coal Mining

Climate Innovation Fund Grant Program: Webinar - Decarbonization & Renewable Energy

Jun 16 2021 - 10:00am
Jun 16 2021 - 11:00am

Alberta Ecotrust Foundation is excited to launch our 2021 Climate Innovation Fund Grant Program!

We invite you to attend our information session webinar series to learn more about the program. Read more about Climate Innovation Fund Grant Program: Webinar - Decarbonization & Renewable Energy

A Climate of Change: Chantal Stormsong Chagnon

Jun 16 2021 - 7:05pm

From the Calgary Climate Hub website:

June is Indigenous Awareness Month, and our guest will be Chantal Stormsong Chagnon of Cree8, a local Indigenous organization that aims to create bridges between people, culture and within yourself.  Read more about A Climate of Change: Chantal Stormsong Chagnon

Capitol Hill - Banff Trail Community Climate Conversation

Jun 2 2021 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

From Calgary Climate Hub:

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.

We’d love a great turnout from people within Capitol Hill and Banff Trail, but all guests are welcome. This Conversation goes from 7-9pm on June 2. RSVP for the link to join! Read more about Capitol Hill - Banff Trail Community Climate Conversation

Civil Society Reacts to Canada’s Newly Announced Federal Climate Target

Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe Territories (OTTAWA), April 22, 2021 – This morning during the opening plenary of President Biden’s Leaders’ Summit on Climate, Prime Minister Trudeau announced Canada’s new 40-45% climate target range. This target marks an increase in ambition, up from the nation’s previously stated target window of 31-40% as announced in December 2020’s Healthy Environment Healthy Economy Plan. Read more about Civil Society Reacts to Canada’s Newly Announced Federal Climate Target

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