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Citizen's Guide to Climate Change in Alberta

Global climate change may alter our way of life in Alberta and around the world forever. In light of this, Alberta Acts has come up with a concise Citizen’s Guide to Climate Change in Alberta. The guide summarizes the potential impacts of climate change, highlights current Canadian and Albertan climate change policies, and identifies some potential paths forward. Read more…

In Alberta Acts’ Citizen’s Guide to Climate Change in Alberta, we cover the following topics:

Check it out online at www.albertaacts.ca/CitizensGuide. As the nature of this "hot" topic may warrant regular updates, we ask that you refer back continually for updates. Also, please send it on to anyone you think might be interested!

Please contact us (http://www.albertaacts.ca/contact-us) with any questions, suggestions for improvement, or comments that you may have.

Alberta Acts on Climate Change is a joint initiative of the University of Calgary's Faculty of Social Work and the Pembina Institute. It is fully funded by the federal government's Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) until July 2010. For more information: www.albertaacts.ca.

Posted April 21, 2010 by Anonymous

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