Climate Change

Putting Alberta’s future energy policies to the test

New online tool allows anyone to assess the impact of energy policy ideas on addressing Alberta’s carbon pollution

CALGARY — In the lead up to the provincial election, Alberta’s energy future is a highly charged topic. To make good choices, Albertans require credible, non-partisan information.

Major Project Grants

Deadline: 
31 Mar 2019

From the Alberta Ecotrust website:

The application portal for the spring round of our Environmental Grant Program is now open. We are accepting Letters of Intent to Major Projects grants from March 1 to March 31, 2019.

If you have any questions or problems accessing our system please contact our grant staff via email at [email protected], or by calling 403-209-2245 or 1-800-465-2147 outside of Calgary.

The heart of Alberta Ecotrust’s work is supporting the people and projects that effectively address Alberta’s most pressing environmental issues. We accomplish this primarily by investing Alberta environmental non-governmental organizations to more effectively deliver programs, projects, and results that advance their environmental missions within our issue priorities.

Major Grants

This program is designed to support more comprehensive projects that have the potential to result in substantial environmental benefit. The application process is more comprehensive and will be undertaken in two parts. These projects must be completed within a year. Maximum grant is $30,000.

Full details & application portal

Job Opportunity: Community Programs Coordinator, Environment Lethbridge

Position: 
Community Programs Coordinator
Application Deadline: 
28 Feb 2019
Location: 
Lethbridge

From the job description on the Environment Lethbridge website:

Environment Lethbridge is a nonprofit organization that works to encourage community action towards sustainability. Our three key focus areas are waste reduction, food sustainability and climate change and energy. Learn more about Environment Lethbridge on our website: www.environmentlethbridge.ca

AWA Talk — Ian Urquhart: Promises Made

Feb 26 2019 - 7:00pm

The NDP 2015 election platform promised leadership on climate change. As Albertans ready for a spring 2019 election, Ian Urquhart considers just how much leadership Premier Notley’s government has shown on the climate change file.

Location

Jackson Power
9744 60 Avenue NW
Edmonton , AB

$3.3m grant for Fort Chipewyan will lead to Canada’s biggest remote solar project

Pembina Institute reacts to the Government of Alberta’s investment to reduce Fort Chipewyan’s reliance on imported diesel for electric power

CALGARY – DAVE LOVEKIN, Director, Renewables in Remote Communities at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to the Government of Alberta’s announcement supporting Fort Chipewyan’s solar photovoltaic and battery hybrid micro-grid system:

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