The Alberta Environmental Network (AEN) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization comprised of groups throughout the province dedicated to helping preserve and protect Alberta's environment. The AEN's purpose is to facilitate the sharing of information & resources among member groups, and to assist them in taking common action. AEN also promotes awareness of environmental issues & activities with stakeholders & the general public. AEN facilitates member group meetings and the participation of member groups in meetings and consultation with government and/or industry. Check out Field Notes for the latest news, events & action alerts from the AEN & our member groups.
29 Feb 2016 - 23:59
From the Y2Y website:
Since 1998, Y2Y has invested more than $700,000 US ($910,000 CAN) in grassroots organizations through our annual Y2Y Partner Grants Program. These on-the-ground projects complement the efforts of Y2Y, and mobilize work that we wouldn’t be able to do on our own.
2016 Y2Y Partner Grants - Request for Proposal
The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) is pleased to announce that its Partner Grants program has been extended to its eighteenth year. Read more »
Mar 22 2016 - 8:00am - Mar 23 2016 - 5:00pm
Jun 22 2016 - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Non-profit organizations create positive social, environmental and economic impacts for their communities. At the same time, they are expected to be role models whose own staff and operations “walk the talk” in terms of sustainability. This can be a challenge given limited time, support and funding
The Natural Step Canada and Edmonton Community Foundation are excited to offer the NGO Sustainability Champions Workshop Series to help NGO’s address this need with two key outcomes:
To build the capacity of staff to develop and deliver a sustainability action plan, based on the award-winning approached pioneered by The Natural Step.
To develop an action plan to improve sustainability performance.
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Edmonton Community Foundation
9910 103 Street NW
Feb 10 2016 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Feb 10 2016 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
From the City of Edmonton website:
We are partnering with Alberta Ecotrust to deliver environmental grants to help support energy literate citizens with energy conserving lifestyles and a strong shift to active and public transportation.
We believe these grants, available to non-profits, community leagues, schools and charities, will engage Edmontonians to work on these challenges and provide them with support to collaborate and to create positive environmental change in their own backyards.
The focus will be on community projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Examples of neighbourhood projects include:
Walking school bus
Installation of solar panels on a community facility
You must attend one of the learning sessions to apply for the grants.
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City of Edmonton Knowledge Centre, 2nd Floor HSBC Building
10250 101 Street NW
(attached to the City Centre Mall West)
Apr 30 2016 - 8:00am - 9:15pm
Check–in and Registration: 8:00 am—8:30 am
Workshop Presentations: 8:30 am—4:15 pm
Annual General Meeting: 4:30 pm—6:00 pm
Banquet and Guest Speaker: 6:15 pm—9:15 pm
Everyone is invited to attend the AGM. Learn about ANPC activities.
An informal botanizing foray will be organized for Sunday, May 1, 2016, weather permitting. More details will be available on the ANPC website.
Details about the workshop presenters and their topics will be posted to the ANPC website as they become available. Read more »
Stettler Recreation Centre
6202 44 Avenue
29 Feb 2016 (All day)
From the Alberta Ecotrust website:
The online application portal for Major Projects is now open. Please review the guidelines and criteria before applying.
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.
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.
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12 Feb 2016 (All day)
The Watershed Legacy Program (WLP) works with landowners and watershed stewardship groups alike to help design, fund, and execute projects that have a positive and tangible impact on our watershed.
Objectives of the WLP
The OWC facilitates the implementation of sustainable land management practices for landowners and watershed stewardship groups who wish to improve their operations, and the health of their stock and crop, while making a significant contribution to watershed health. WLP success stories and leadership are showcased as encouragement to other landowners, stewardship cooperatives, and communities within the watershed and the province at large. Read more »