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Edmonton Bicycle Commuters August 2011 Newsletter

The August 2011 issue of the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters newsletter is available from the EBC website. You'll find information on:

"Decoding the new bike symbols and signs, bike art, memorial, bike generator workshops, and much more!"

Posted August 3, 2011 by AEN

World Water Monitoring Day

Greetings,

Members of the Alberta Environmental Network might be interested to learn about an international public education and outreach program organized annually by the Water Environment Federation and International Water Association.  The program is called World Water Monitoring Day, and it encourages people all around the world to get more personally connected to their local waterways through basic water quality monitoring.
Read more »

Posted August 3, 2011 by Anonymous

ELC News Brief Vol. 26 No. 2

ELC News Brief Vol. 26 No. 2 is now available to view or download from the Environmental Law Centre website. The issue's theme is Alberta's South Saskatchewan region.

Contents

  • Grasslands Management
  • Recreation & Water
  • Water Transfers
  • Contaminated Land Regulation

Posted July 21, 2011 by AEN

Edmonton Bicycle Commuters July 2011 Newsletter

The July 2011 issue of the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters newsletter. You'll find information about EBC's summer urban cycling & mechancs courses, volunteer opportunities,  upcoming events, and a call to action urging the Mayor and Edmonton City Council to support "well-designed, well-maintained cycling infrastructure".

Posted July 12, 2011 by AEN

AEN Groups weigh in on the proposed Lower Athabasca Regional Plan

As the consultation period on the Government of Alberta's proposed Lower Athabasca Regional Plan comes to a close— submissions are due June 6, 2011— AEN member groups have weighed in on the proposed plan, regulations, and frameworks.

In a recent op-ed, the Pembina Institute's Jennifer Grant states that:

…the current draft plan does more to defend the interests of oilsands developers than it does to protect the quality of Alberta's environment. Read more »

Posted May 30, 2011 by AEN

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