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January 2019

Apply to the Climate Leadership Program!

January 31 - February 25

"Climate change is the overarching crisis of our time, providing both challenges and opportunities for us to tackle. The Climate Leadership Program (CLP) will build the capacity of participants to take leadership and initiate climate action in their personal lives and organizations in Alberta. We are looking for 20 people who are on leadership pathways in organizations that do not necessarily have climate change as their core focus. For example, past program participants have had continuing roles in: education, health…

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February 2019

Honouring Treaty Rights, Enacting Climate Justice: Solidarity Rally and Round Dance

February 19 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton, Alberta Canada + Google Map
Gratuit

Solidarity Rally and Round Dance for Beaver Lake Cree Nation in Amiskwaciwâskahikan, Treaty 6 territory. Please come out to support the Beaver Lake Cree as they brace for a courtroom fight for their Treaty rights. Meeting in Sir Winston Churchill Square at 1:30 PM. All are welcome! The Beaver Lake Cree Nation is going to court to compel Canada and Alberta to honour their treaty obligations to the Beaver Lake Cree and — by extension — all Nations across the…

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March 2019

Canada’s Energy Future: The Path to Transition – Edmonton

March 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Telus 150, Telus Building, University of Alberta

There is broad recognition among Albertans and Canadians about the need to transition away from using fossil fuels as our primary source of energy. What is less clear is what exactly we are transitioning to, and what that transition will mean for our daily lives, our communities, and our economies. Without answers to those questions, it is impossible to address issues such as what government policies will be required to achieve the transition, how we prepare our economy for transition,…

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Resilience and Well-being in the Climate Crisis

March 7 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
MacEwan University, 10700 104 Avenue
Edmonton, T5J4S2
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Gratuit

Join the Office of Sustainability for a workshop series to aid you in your journey to resilience and well-being in the climate crisis. - February 14: Sharing circle - March 7: Movement: trauma-informed yoga followed by sharing circle - March 28: Panel with resilience advocates This event is offered free of charge, however registration is required. Please contact sustainability@macewan.ca with all inquiries. Location will be emailed to registered guests. The Peace of the Wild Things by Wendell Berry When despair…

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Information Session on Solar Power for Condos

March 23 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Downtown Edmonton Community League, 10042 103 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta Canada
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Your condo building can become energy efficient and create its own clean power. Come learn how to do good, feel good, and save money with provincial rebate programs.

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Single-Use Items Reduction Strategies Workshop

March 26 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
By the Lake Park Hall, 6128 56 Avenue
Wetaskiwin, Alberta Canada
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$250

The Recycling Council of Alberta is pleased to announce a workshop on Single-Use Items Reduction Strategies that we are delivering in partnership with Waste Free Edmonton. Increasingly, communities, governments of all levels and the public at large are targeting single-use items as a source of concern to environmental impacts such as litter and recycling challenges. This workshop will feature organizations that have made efforts to address the impacts of single-use items in their communities, including Blue Bayfield, an organization from…

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Resilience and Well-being in the Climate Crisis

March 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
MacEwan University, 10700 104 Avenue
Edmonton, T5J4S2
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Gratuit

Join the Office of Sustainability for a workshop series to aid you in your journey to resilience and well-being in the climate crisis. - February 14: Sharing circle - March 7: Movement: trauma-informed yoga followed by sharing circle - March 28: Panel with resilience advocates This event is offered free of charge, however registration is required. Please contact sustainability@macewan.ca with all inquiries. Location will be emailed to registered guests. The Peace of the Wild Things by Wendell Berry When despair…

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