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An evening under the sTARs in Alberta

Aug 21 2008 - 6:30pm

Sierra Club — Prairie and the Calgarian Youth Climate Coalition

Open to all ages! Free admission!

Learn about the Tar Sands and discover the case for change

Thursday, August 21 in The Eau Claire Market (lobby of the old Imax theatre)

  • 6:30PM: Bring the family! Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax and fun games!
  • 7:30PM: Guest Speakers & Feature film Tar Sands: The Selling of Alberta

Bring your own mug and reusable container for Hot Chocolate, Coffee and Popcorn! Read more »


Eau Claire Market
200 Barclay Parade SW
Calgary, AB

Posted August 5, 2008 by Anonymous

Tar Sands House Party Orientation Training

Aug 6 2008 - 7:00pm

Be a Part of the Creation of the Tar Sands House Parties!

Sierra Club of Canada — Prairie Chapter

Sierra Club Prairie has a great new way for you to spread the word about the Tar Sands and to your friends and family! Our "Tar Sands House Party" kits are all you need to host a social event with an environmental justice theme! Invite your friends over for a potluck or a wine and dessert evening, watch a video about the issue of your choice, look at images of Alberta's tar sands region or nuclear power, and read letters written by those directly affected by these developments. Then, engage in a discussion about what you can do to make your voice heard! Kits include "Common Q&A" on each topic as well as "Suggested Discussion Questions" to get you going, and much more! Read more »


Program Room, Strathcona Library
8331 104 Street
Edmonton, AB

Posted August 5, 2008 by Anonymous

Compassion for Animals Road Expedition / Presentation by Anthony Marr

Jul 5 2008 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Originally posted at

Anthony Marr of HOPE-CARE is launching the Global Emergency Operation, and will be discussing the following topics:

  1. Abolish the Alberta Tar Sands
  2. Saving Biodiversity from Mass Extinction Due to Global Warming
  3. The Global Green Fund

Admission is a non-perishable food item. For further details contact Kim @ Ph: 289-9095 or email: bigchampion1 [at] shaw [dot] ca Read more »


Cardel Theatre
6010 12 Street SE
Calgary, AB

Posted July 4, 2008 by Anonymous

National Youth Climate Summit

Jul 4 2008 - 1:00pm - Jul 6 2008 - 4:00pm

Let's Invite the Elephant Into the Room

Call to participate in CYCC's Alberta Summit July 4-6, 2008 Edmonton, AB

Join us in building a national youth movement to confront one of the largest issues of our time: climate change.

We're ready for change, and we need you to make it happen. From July 4-6, we will gather at the University of Alberta in Edmonton for the next national Summit of the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition (CYCC) and focus our collective energy on solving the biggest energy quagmire in our country, the Alberta Tar Sands. Read more »


University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB

Posted June 10, 2008 by Anonymous

Climate Solutions, Cool Cities and The Dream Reborn

May 27 2008 - 8:00pm

Sierra Club of Canada Presents

Climate Solutions, Cool Cities and The Dream Reborn

Presented by Stephen Hazell and Lindsay Telfer

Please join us for an evening of lively and empowering discussion of Climate Solutions and Clean Energy for a Just Alberta! As oil prices continue to soar, how can we as a community and a province produce the energy we require while being respectful to the land and people? Read more »

Posted May 26, 2008 by Anonymous

Action Alert: Ban Drive-Thrus in Canada - Request for Support & Petition

Council of Canadians

Drive-Thru Proliferation – Council of Canadians London Chapter Demands Moratorium – Issue Draws National Attention in Media

Request for Endorsement Read more »

Posted April 4, 2008 by Anonymous

Join federal party leaders - sign the KYOTOplus pledge

Sierra Club of Canada

April 2, 2008

Hi! Moments ago, opposition party leaders Stéphane Dion, Gilles Duceppe and Jack Layton signed a historic pledge to fight climate change. The KYOTOplus pledge is part of a national global warming petition campaign launched today on Parliament Hill by Sierra Club Canada and a broad collective of environmental and public interest organizations. The Prime Minister and Environment Minister John Baird were also invited to sign the pledge, but declined.

I am giving you the inside scoop so that you can be among the first to sign the KYOTOplus citizens petition. I am especially encouraging you to use the Send-to-a-friend feature to jump start the momentum on this petition today. Please go to: Read more »

Posted April 4, 2008 by Anonymous

Earth Hour - Saturday 8:00pm

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society — Calgary/Banff Chapter

As many of you know, World Wildlife Fund is asking people around the globe to take stand against climate change by turning out the lights tomorrow night at 8:00 PM. See for more details.

We at CPAWS join in this call and urge all of our supporters to participate. The action in itself will not save much energy, but it will be strong demonstration to the governments and industries of the world that people want change, and that all of us are in this together. The Earth Hour movement has been endorsed by many leading companies and cities, including the City of Calgary. Read more »

Posted March 28, 2008 by Anonymous

Premier Stelmach Fails to Deliver Action on Climate Change

Announcement Will Lead to More Delay with its "Plan to Plan"

Pembina Institute

Jan 24, 2008

The Government of Alberta unveiled its much-anticipated "green plan" today. But instead of outlining near-term targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions the plan only sets a target for reducing GHG emissions by 2050.

"Premier Stelmach's announcement today is shockingly irresponsible, it continues to delay action and promises only a plan to plan. There are no short-term targets for absolute reductions in GHG pollution and no requirements for large polluters to reduce emissions," says Dan Woynillowicz, a Senior Policy Analyst with the Pembina Institute. "Alberta is the largest greenhouse gas polluter in Canada, producing close to one third of Canada's emissions. Albertans want action and Premier Stelmach is playing games by trying to dodge responsibility for delivering any real results until 2050." Read more »

Posted January 31, 2008 by Anonymous

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