Climate Change

Event

Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

May 26 2016 - 1:00am to 2:30am

Join Sandy Aberdeen, originator of Calgary's first single-site urban farm, and Alison Thompson, Chair, Canadian Geothermal Energy Association, as they present Al Gore's iconic multi-media presentation, The Inconvenient Truth. Both speakers have been personally trained by Al Gore. Read more about Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

Location

Fish Creek Library
11161 Bonaventure Drive SE
T2J 6S1 Calgary , AB
Event

Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

May 17 2016 - 1:00am to 2:30am

Join Sandy Aberdeen, originator of Calgary's first single-site urban farm, and Alison Thompson, Chair, Canadian Geothermal Energy Association, as they present Al Gore's iconic multi-media presentation, The Inconvenient Truth. Both speakers have been personally trained by Al Gore. Read more about Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

Location

Signal Hill Library
5994 Signal Hill Centre SW
T3H 3P8 Calgary , AB
Event

Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

May 11 2016 - 12:00am to 1:30am

Join Sandy Aberdeen, originator of Calgary's first single-site urban farm, and Alison Thompson, Chair, Canadian Geothermal Energy Association, as they present Al Gore's iconic multi-media presentation, The Inconvenient Truth. Both speakers have been personally trained by Al Gore. Read more about Climate Reality: The Age of Carbon is Over

Location

Central Library
616 MacLeod Trail SE
T2G 2M2 Calgary , AB
Event

SMLS Public Lecture - Climate Change Law and Policy in a Post-Paris Agreement World

Apr 23 2016 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

The Faculty of Law and the Canadian Institute of Resources Law invite you to attend a free public lecture on Climate Change Law and Policy in a Post-Paris Agreement World. Read more about SMLS Public Lecture - Climate Change Law and Policy in a Post-Paris Agreement World

Location

Murray Fraser Hall, Room MFH 3360
2878 University Way NW (University of Calgary Faculty of Law)
T2N 1N4 Calgary , AB
Media Release

Pembina reacts to 2016-17 Alberta Budget

EDMONTON — Simon Dyer, Alberta director, Pembina Institute made the following comments following today’s release of the 2016-17 Alberta Budget.

“Today’s budget shows the government is acting on its promise to make Alberta a climate change leader. It is smart policy to use some of the new revenue generated by Alberta’s carbon levy to reduce greenhouse gas pollution.

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Funding Opportunity

Grants in Gear

Deadline: 
6 May 2016

Environmental Projects to be awarded up to $100,000 through Grants in Gear Program

The Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) has partnered with Scout Environmental (formerly Summerhill Impact)  to offer granting initiative, Grants in Gear, for a third year. The nation-wide program will provide funding worth up to $100,000 to Canadian non-profits, entrepreneurial groups and municipal/regional governmental bodies. Read more about Grants in Gear

Media Release

Pembina reacts to national climate declaration

VANCOUVER — Ed Whittingham, executive director at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to the Vancouver Declaration on Clean Growth and Climate Change unveiled today:

“We are pleased to see governments announce a climate change declaration for Canada, as promised during the federal election and at the UN meetings in Paris. This kind of comprehensive framework is necessary for Canada to hit its existing climate change targets and to secure deeper pollution reductions by mid-century.

Read more about Pembina reacts to national climate declaration
Call for Input

Call for Input: Provincial transit engagement

Initiative: 
Provincial transit engagement
Deadline: 
29 Apr 2016

From the Alberta Government website:

Have your say about Alberta’s new provincial transit strategy.

As Alberta’s economy and population grows, public transportation provides safe, accessible, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation options to connect Albertans to work, recreation, services and each other.

The Alberta government is committed to hearing about the transportation needs of Albertans living in rural and urban communities across the province. This information will help provide a better understanding of the varying public transportation issues, challenges and opportunities. Read more about Call for Input: Provincial transit engagement

Funding Opportunity

EcoCity Edmonton: Community Sustainability Grants

Deadline: 
28 Mar 2016

The City of Edmonton and Alberta Ecotrust are partnering to deliver environmental grants to help support energy literate citizens with energy conserving lifestyles and a strong shift to active and public transportation.

We believe that protecting and improving the environment within Edmonton’s borders is a shared responsibility. Through EcoCity Edmonton, citizens can learn about Edmonton’s environmental vision, find inspiration to take action in their community, and apply for a grant to help get ideas off the ground. Read more about EcoCity Edmonton: Community Sustainability Grants

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