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Bruce Nilles Speaking Engagement

21st Century Energy: Transitioning to Clean Energy, Alberta’s Opportunity Featuring Bruce Nilles, of the US Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign Sept 8th, 2015 at 7:00 Grant McEwan University CN Theatre Rm 5-142 105th St. Building 10700 109th St, Edmonton, AB

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MRU: Create a Better Now conference

1)Presentation by Dr. Joe Vipond on the campaign on Wed Jan 14th, 9:30-11:00 at Wyckham House, Council Chambers, Mount Royal University 2)“Greening the Grid, the Future of Green Energy in AB”Keynote Panelists: David Dodge, Producer of Green Energy Futures; Wilbur McLean Communications Officer, Energy Services, Medicine Hat; Tim Weis, Alberta Regional Director at the Canadian Wind…   More »

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Stranded Assets, Unburnable Carbon, and The Carbon Bubble

“The vast majority of [fossil fuel] reserves are unburnable.” Mark Carney, Bank of England governor Why are the vast majority of oil, gas, and coal reserves unburnable? As stranded assets, what are the economic risks and impacts of this carbon bubble? How can Alberta and Canada transition from unburnable carbon to clean renewable energy and…   More »

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Sustainability Pub Night

Hosted by CPAWS and CEP, we wholeheartedly support everybody getting together, having a beer, and saving the planet. Music by The Kennedy Administration Suggested Donation $5 Tuesday November 18th 7:00 pm  

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Alberta GHG Summit

Speakers include Dr. Raj Shermann, Danielle Smith, Kyle Fawcett (Minister, ESRD), Tim Weis (CanWEA), and Ben Thibault (Pembina) Thursday Oct 23, 9 am-5 pm At the Calgary Telus Convention Centre 120 9 Avenue Southeast, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0P3 For tickets go to: Here.

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Phasing Out Coal: A Healthy Decision

September 30th, 8:15-11:30 am.  University of Calgary Campus. Join Dr. Alan Lockwood, author of A Silent Epidemic: Coal and the Hidden Threat to Health, as well as other Alberta thinkers and policy makers, in a discussion on the health effects of coal. Registration is free.  For tickets, click here.  

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