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Edmonton Bicycle Commuters January 2012 Newsletter

The January 2012 issue of the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters newsletter is available from the EBC website. You'll find information on:

  • BikeWorks North
  • Moving Beyond The Automobile— film screening & discussion
  • City's Bike Budget
  • Upcoming Events

Posted February 1, 2012 by AEN

New job postings at the Pembina Institute

In case you missed it over the holidays, the Pembina Institute has posted four new employment opportunities:

  • Technical and Policy Analyst, Oilsands Program (Calgary)
  • Full-time Communications Lead (Calgary)
  • Fund Development Manager (Toronto)
  • Assistant Editor/Producer Multi-media —Contract Position (Edmonton)

Posted December 29, 2011 by AEN

Environmental Law Centre News Brief on Administrative Law

The latest issue of the Environmental Law Centre's News Brief is a primer on "administrative law":

Ever wondered who governs the government? Need to know how to challenge a decision made by an administrative board (like the ERCB, for example)? If so, the new issue of News Brief - Vol. 26 No.4 - is a must-read.

Posted December 20, 2011 by AEN

Notification of Funding Opportunity: ACA Grant Eligible Conservation Fund

ACA is proud to enter into its 15th year of Conservation Funding. The Grant Eligible Conservation Fund has two parts: Part A: Conservation Support and Enhancement and Part B: Research. Read more »

Posted October 13, 2011 by AEN

RCEN e-Bulletin: August 31, 2011 Edition

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Webinar: Getting Ready fo​r the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act 

Webinar logoExpected to come into force this fall, the newCanada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act sets out a host of new rules that could pose significant compliance challenges for not-for-profits organizations. How can you prepare for these changes? Register for our free webinar on Wednesday, September 7thLearn more

Comment Period Open for Friends of the CBD Conference Outcomes Document 

Friends of the CBDOn August 5th, the Biodiversity Caucus hosted a Friends of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Conference to explore the meaning and priorities of the multi-stakeholder association. The comment period for providing feedback on the preliminary outcomes of the discussion is open until September 25thMore

RCEN Job Opportunity: Youth & Member Engagement Officer 

We’re looking for an energetic individual to help facilitate the integration of new members and youth within existing RCEN caucuses and working groups, while at the same time building environmental NGO capacity across the country. Apply by September 8thMore


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Environment Canada: Proposed Reduction of CO2 Emissions from Coal-fired Generation of Electricity Regulations

Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project Joint Review Panel Submits Environmental Assessment Report

Apply to be a Member of FCM’s Green Municipal Fund Council


The Charities File: Compliant Fundraising Webinars

Thinking Beyond Pipes and Pumps: Top 10 Ways Communities Can Save Water and Money

Posted August 31, 2011 by AEN

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