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Strong methane regulations the quickest, easiest and most cost-effective way to protect our environment, say 16 Alberta organiations

Joint letter urges the alberta government to seize the economic and environmental opportunity available by enacting strong methane regulations to capture wasted natural gas

15 Mar 2018

Edmonton, Alberta—16 community and environmental organizations from across Alberta are calling on the province to implement mandatory methane regulations to reduce climate pollution from the oil and gas sector, help meet the Province's emission reduction targets, capture valuable natural gas this is currently wasted and catch up to other leading energy-producing jurisdictions.  

A joint letter was submitted on March 9, 2018 to the Alberta government to inform the development of the Province's new methane regulations for the oil and gas sector. Read more »

Posted March 15, 2018 by AEN

Canada still failing Wood Buffalo National Park a year after UN report

14 Mar 2018

FORT MCMURRAY, ALTA. — On the anniversary of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna characterizing an international report that concluded governments have failed to protect Wood Buffalo National Park as a “call to action”, a coalition of Indigenous and environmental groups is still waiting for that action. Read more »

Posted March 15, 2018 by AEN

Bighorn Regional Advisory Committee advice out of step with most Albertans

8 Mar 2018

On Wednesday the province of Alberta released advice from the Regional Advisory Council (RAC) for the North Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan, including an area known as the Bighorn Backcountry.

“This is advice given to a previous government and does not reflect the outlook of most Albertans about the importance of parks, wildlife and water,” says Stephen Legault, program director at Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. Read more »

Posted March 15, 2018 by AEN

Call of the Wild: Sharing Nature through Photography and Adventure

Nov 24 2016 - 7:00pm

From the CPAWS Northern Alberta website:

Join CPAWS Northern Alberta for an evening of storytelling and adventure with photographer and explorer Dax Justin! Dax will present on the amazing adventures he has had, and how photography and social media have connected him with nature. This is your chance to buy some of his amazing prints! And, there will be a silent auction in support of CPAWS Northern Alberta! Read more »

Location

Yellowhead Brewery
10229 105 Street NW
Edmonton, AB

Posted November 2, 2016 by AEN

Information Session: Who’s Who and What They Do — Conservation in the Livingstone

Sep 23 2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Event Poster

The Livingstone Landowners Guild invites you to attend an information session:

Who's Who and What They Do
Conservation in the Livingstone


"An opportunity to hear from organizations in southwestern Alberta working to maintain the integrity of our shared and treasured landscape."

 

Participating organizations:

  • Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS Southern Alberta Chapter)
  • Cows and Fish (Alberta Habitat Management Society)
  • Miistakis Institute
  • MULTISAR
  • Oldman Watershed Council (OWC)
  • Porcupine Land Use Group
  • Southern Alberta Land Trust Society (SALTS)
  • Waldron Grazing Cooperative
  • Western Rachlands Corporation

Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Location

Lundbreck Community Hall Lundbreck, AB

Posted September 13, 2016 by AEN

Still Waiting for the Castle Parks

6 Sep 2016

Pincher Creek, Alberta — On September 4, 2015, the Government of Alberta announced its intention to fully protect the Castle area in southwestern Alberta as a Provincial and Wildland Provincial Park. Read more »

Posted September 6, 2016 by AEN

CPAWS Northern Alberta Annual General Meeting

Sep 26 2016 - 7:00pm

Mingle with staff and board members, participate in governing your CPAWS chapter, and hear about our challenges and successes over the last year. We'll present on our Love Your Headwaters campaign and our work securing better range plans for Alberta's caribou. Read more »

Location

CKUA Radio Building (Alberta Hotel)
9804 Jasper Avenue NW (across the street from the Shaw Conference Centre)
Edmonton, AB

Posted August 26, 2016 by AEN

Love Your Headwaters Festival

Aug 10 2016 - 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Celebrate Edmonton's Headwaters! The Bighorn Backcountry provides 86% of Edmonton's water - why isn't it protected?

The Bighorn Backcountry, near Nordegg, Alberta, provides Edmonton with 86% of its drinking water. However, this area is still designated as a series of Public Land Use Zones (PLUZs), meaning it is threatened by coal development, oil and gas activity, and forestry!

Celebrate Edmonton's headwaters and join CPAWS Northern Alberta at our Love Your Headwaters festivals this summer! Read more »

Location

Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, AB

Posted July 19, 2016 by AEN

Love Your Headwaters Festival

Jul 23 2016 - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Celebrate Edmonton's Headwaters! The Bighorn Backcountry provides 86% of Edmonton's water - why isn't it protected?

The Bighorn Backcountry, near Nordegg, Alberta, provides Edmonton with 86% of its drinking water. However, this area is still designated as a series of Public Land Use Zones (PLUZs), meaning it is threatened by coal development, oil and gas activity, and forestry!

Celebrate Edmonton's headwaters and join CPAWS Northern Alberta at our Love Your Headwaters festivals this summer! Read more »

Location

MEC Edmonton
10238 102 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB

Posted July 19, 2016 by AEN

Take Action for Little Smoky Caribou Information Night

Jul 27 2016 - 5:00pm

Show the Government of Alberta You Care for Alberta's Caribou

Government of Alberta Releases Weak Range Plan for the Little Smoky Herd
In June of 2016, the Government of Alberta released the draft Range Plan for the Little Smoky Caribou Herd. Comments are due on this range plan by August 5 — join CPAWS Northern Alberta to have your say! Read more »

Location

tba
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB

Posted July 15, 2016 by AEN

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