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Film Screening: Journey To The Safest Place On Earth

Sep 10 2014 - 1:00am

Director: Edgar Hagen 2013.   52 min.

Free admission

Where is the best location to dispose of nuclear waste? A journey around the world to find out.

This film deals with a chilling problem - what to do with the more than 350,000 tons of high-level nuclear waste created as a by-product of nuclear power over the last 60 years?  Read more about Film Screening: Journey To The Safest Place On Earth

Location

River Park Church Auditorium
3818 14A Street SW
Calgary , AB
Event

Documentary Screening: Peace Out

Jul 7 2012 - 1:00am
Jul 7 2012 - 10:30pm
Jul 8 2012 - 8:00pm
Jun 13 2012 - 3:00am

Award Winning Canadian Documentary About The Energy Rush In NW​ Canada

Peace Out, the feature documentary about Northwestern Canada’s Hydro Mega project, Shale Gas Fracking, the Nuclear proposal, and the Tar Sands, a film that critics are hailing as passionate, fair, balanced, and breathtaking is coming to Edmonton’s Metro Cinema Theater this week. Read more about Documentary Screening: Peace Out

Location

Metro Cinema Garneau Theatre
8712 109 Street NW
T6G 1E9 Edmonton , AB
Event

Nuclear Power - How is it Regulated? (Webinar)

Jul 4 2011 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Are you wondering how nuclear power facilities are regulated in Canada? Are you confused about how provincial and federal environmental laws apply to nuclear power facilities? Join Laura Bowman, Staff Counsel, for a discussion of how nuclear power facilities are regulated in Canada and how Alberta and Saskatchewan laws may be applied to nuclear power proposals. This is a FREE webinar, funded by the Alberta and Saskatchewan Law Foundations. Click on the link below to RSVP. Thank you for your attention and response. We hope you'll join us on July 4th! Sincerely, Leah Or Read more about Nuclear Power - How is it Regulated? (Webinar)r
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Webinar: Nuclear Power - How is it regulated?

Jul 4 2011 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Are you wondering how nuclear power facilities are regulated in Canada? Are you confused about how provincial and federal environmental laws apply to nuclear power facilities? 

Join Laura Bowman, Staff Counsel, for a discussion of how nuclear power facilities are regulated in Canada and how Alberta and Saskatchewan laws may be applied to nuclear power proposals.

This is a free webinar, funded by the Alberta and Saskatchewan Law Foundations. Read more about Webinar: Nuclear Power - How is it regulated?

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CAUSE Meeting: Japan's Nuclear Crisis, Chernobyl 25th Anniversary, Nuclear in Alberta

Apr 13 2011 - 12:30am

Japan's Nuclear Crisis
Chernobyl's 25th Anniversary
Quietly growing plans for nuclear power in Alberta

How shall we respond to these? Come on out at 6:30 Tuesday evening and decide with us! Email [email protected] for the Calgary location and to RSVP. Read more about CAUSE Meeting: Japan's Nuclear Crisis, Chernobyl 25th Anniversary, Nuclear in Alberta

Location

Calgary , AB
Call for Input

Fossil Fuel Subsidies Campaign

Initiative: 
Fossil Fuels Subsidies Counter

Climate Action Network Canada has created a Fossil Fuel Subsidies Counter that shows the amount of money per second in tax breaks going to some of the wealthiest companies on the planet. Please post the Counter far and wide and link it back to their Subsidies page on the Climate Action Network Canada website:

http://www.climateactionnetwork.ca/e/fossil-tax-breaks/index.php

And instructions for posting it on websites:

http://www.climateactionnetwork.ca/e/fossil-tax-breaks/index.php?WEBYEP_... Read more about Fossil Fuel Subsidies Campaign

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Nuclear Power in Alberta: What You Need to Know

Jan 31 2010 - 8:00pm to 11:30pm

As posted on the ERSC website

A Public Forum open to all interested parties to discuss issues related to nuclear power development in Alberta. The Environmental Research and Studies Centre has commissioned a group of social scientists to develop a synthesis report on the state of social-scientific knowledge pertaining to nuclear power development. The authors of the report will share their findings with forum participants, and a diverse set of discussants who have read the report will present their feedback. All participants will then have an opportunity to engage in dialogue with presenters and discussants during the proceedings. A cash bar reception will be held after the event for informal conversation and networking. Read more about Nuclear Power in Alberta: What You Need to Know

Location

Myer Horowitz Theatre
University of Alberta
Edmonton , AB

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