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Media Releases & Op-eds

Op-ed: Why a price on carbon pollution is good for Canadians

By Josha MacNab

Published in iPolitics (November 1, 2018).

Every so often, a commitment is made that sets a new course and drives Canada forward.

This is the kind of commitment we saw last week when the federal government announced that Canada will put a price on pollution as of Jan. 1, 2019 — a milestone worth celebrating toward the implementation of Canada’s comprehensive plan to tackle climate change. Read more about Op-ed: Why a price on carbon pollution is good for Canadians

Job Posting

Job Opportunity: Program Facilitator, Solar Energy Society of Alberta

Position: 
Program Facilitator
Application Deadline: 
12 Nov 2018
Location: 
Edmonton

The Solar Energy Society of Alberta is the trusted community resource for the widespread understanding and use of solar energy in Alberta. SESA is a non-profit, educational organization working since 1976 to advance the awareness, understanding, and implementation of solar and other renewable energy technologies, as well as policies and techniques for energy conservation and management. Read more about Job Opportunity: Program Facilitator, Solar Energy Society of Alberta

Media Releases & Op-eds

New methane reductions funding from Energy Efficiency Alberta is a good start

Pembina Institute reacts to new Government of Alberta methane reductions program

CALGARY — Jan Gorski, responsible fossil fuels analyst at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to the announcement of a new methane emissions reduction program in Alberta: Read more about New methane reductions funding from Energy Efficiency Alberta is a good start

Event

Regan Boychuk: The (100) Billion Dollar Question

Oct 30 2018 - 6:30pm

Regan will be talking about the little-known but urgent dilemma Alberta faces as a result of insolvent polluters and captured regulators. Public officials have allowed hundreds of billions in unfunded oilfield environmental liabilities to accumulate to crude oil and natural gas industries that no longer turn a profit. But there remains a solution if Albertans can find the political will.

Doors 6:30 PM | Talk 7:00 PM

Cost: $5

BUY TICKETS HERE Read more about Regan Boychuk: The (100) Billion Dollar Question

Location

AWA Cottage School
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB
Event

2018 Renewable Energy Fair + Workshops

Oct 20 2018 - 10:00am to 5:00pm

The event is proudly hosted by RDC Green Campus and ReThink Red Deer.Building on the success of the springtime EcoLiving Fair + Workshops, this inaugural event is presented by Peavey Mart and Sun Country Highway and supported by Alberta Environment and Parks' "Community Environmental Action" program!

Keynote Speaker - David Dodge (10:00am) Read more about 2018 Renewable Energy Fair + Workshops

Location

Cenovus Learning Common (east Trades wing)
Red Deer College
Red Deer , AB
Media Releases & Op-eds

Call for low-cost solar power is a smart move

Pembina Institute reacts to the Government of Alberta’s RFP for solar producers

Calgary—Sara Hastings-Simon, Managing Director, Clean Economy at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to the Alberta government's recent announcement: Read more about Call for low-cost solar power is a smart move

Media Releases & Op-eds

Oil Sands Environmental Coalition, Ecojustice give testimony on question of Frontier oilsands mine

FORT MCMURRAY – Expert witnesses for the Oil Sands Environmental Coalition, also known as OSEC, gave testimony Monday at a Joint Panel Review hearing on the Frontier Oil Sands Mine, a project that, if built, would be one of the largest oil sands mines ever developed.

“We have serious concern about the long-term economic viability of this project, and whether any economic benefits from this project are acceptable for Canadians in exchange for the carbon emissions this one project alone represents,” said Nikki Way, a fossil fuels analyst at Pembina. Read more about Oil Sands Environmental Coalition, Ecojustice give testimony on question of Frontier oilsands mine

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Alberta Narrative Project report released

"The Alberta Narratives Project is a community-based initiative and new approach to public engagement research that builds skills and better communications. It aims to uncover language and narratives that reflect the values and identities of Albertans, and to find ways of talking about our energy-climate future that build bridges to better community conversation."

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Event

Talking Climate 2.0: Turning Research into Practice

Sep 25 2018 - 9:30am to 4:00pm

How to start a conversation Albertans care about.

Building on the success of last year’s Talking Climate events, George Marshall returns to Calgary to unpack the insights and perspectives of the Alberta Narratives Project – a year-long community initiative that engaged more than 500 Albertans and uncovers new ways of talking about climate and energy in our province. Read more about Talking Climate 2.0: Turning Research into Practice

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