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Fair Trade and Sustainability Conference

Nov 25 2008 - 9:00am - 4:00pm


Setting the standards for a more sustainable future

Great Hall, Rozsa Center, University of Calgary
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Great Hall, Rozsa Centre
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB

Posted November 21, 2008 by Anonymous

Sustainability for Small Business: Making the Economic Case

Nov 12 2008 - 6:30pm

Join Calgary's business leaders for a presentation by Bob Willard, renowned author and sustainability strategist. Bob will be sharing his insights into the importance of sustainability for small business and providing practical advice for local business owners.

The keynote address will be followed by a book signing and networking reception. Learn more about the value of sustainability and meet local business owners. Come get to know Calgary's green business community! Read more »


W. R. Castell Library
616 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB

Posted October 27, 2008 by Anonymous

Otesha Project Bike Tour Community Performance: Choices

Aug 23 2008 - 7:30pm

Theatre troupe changing the world from the seat of their bicycles

The Otesha Project

A group of young cyclists from across Canada will ride into Calgary later this month carrying with them an inspiring message of hope and sustainability. Members of the Otesha Project will perform their award-winning play, Choices, at the Arusha Centre in the Old Y (223 12 Ave SW) on Saturday, August 23 at 7:30 p.m. Read more »


Arusha Centre, Old 'Y' Building
223 12 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB

Posted August 22, 2008 by Anonymous

Politics in the Park Series: Energy Security in a Time of Scarcity

Aug 2 2008 - 3:30pm

Sierra Club of Canada — Prairie Chapter

What does energy security mean in a world where oil and natural gas prices are hitting record highs, and how can Edmontonians begin to think about their energy in a way that will protect the earth as well as their own access to energy? What are the real alternatives to how energy is produced in Alberta right now, and how can these alternatives be implemented in a northern climate like ours? Read more »


McIntyre (Gazebo) Park
83 Avenue & 104 Street
Edmonton, AB

Posted July 24, 2008 by Anonymous

Living on Earth as if we want to stay - Mike Nickerson

Jun 25 2008 - 7:00pm - 9:30pm


More and more people are realizing that change is essential.

"Living on Earth as if we want to stay" is an invitation to discuss the sort of change necessary to secure long-term well-being.

Cures do not result from treating symptoms. The cause must be addressed. While Climate Change has captured public attention, it is a symptom of a greater challenge. That challenge is that the human species has grown to fill its planet. Read more »


Village Lifestyles
10429 79 Ave
Edmonton, AB

Posted June 23, 2008 by Anonymous

YEP Calgary Speaker Series: Sustainability and Supply Chain Management

Jun 11 2008 - 5:30pm

Young Environmental Professionals

Every business and organization has an impact on the environment — from the materials they use, their energy consumption, the services they buy, and the disposal of their waste and product. An organization must consider the entire product/service system and work cooperatively with suppliers to reduce their environmental footprint. Read more »


Ceili's Irish Pub
803 8 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB

Posted June 10, 2008 by Anonymous

Speaker Series - Oil and Community: Struggles over labour and learning

Thursdays, May 8—June 5, 2008, 7:00 ­ 8:30 pm
ETLC 1-017, Maier Learning Centre, University of Alberta

Sponsored by: Parkland Institute, Community Service-Learning, and the Work and Learning Network Read more »

Posted May 6, 2008 by Anonymous

What is your vision for Alberta?

by Martha Kostuch

Of course we want continued prosperity. Of course we want safe, affordable housing, good health care and accessible education. But the foundation of our well-being is really a healthy environment – clean air, clean water, healthy food, among other things. I can’t help but wonder how much attention our leaders are paying to the foundation these days.

The centerpiece of my vision for Alberta is a stable, resilient, healthy economy based on energies of the future, not energies of the past. This means ending our addiction to fossil fuels and using some of the revenues they generate to develop and implement alternative energy sources and to support energy conservation. We can do this, but not without strong leadership and a willingness to reflect on whether our current path is taking us where we want to go. Read more »

Posted February 29, 2008 by Anonymous

Clean Calgary presents Waste at Home

Clean Calgary Association Waste at Home is a 50 minute presentation primarily aimed at educating Calgarians on how to reduce their environmental footprint including energy and water conservation, buying green and recycling just about everything!Price: $ 5.00 per personContact Information Lindsay Luhnau 230.1443 ext. 228 lindsay [at] cleancalgary [dot] org

From Crisis to Hope: Building Just & Sustainable Communities

Parkland Institute Fall ConferenceA conference about consuming less and valuing people more. Our speakers will explore the implications of a transition to a post-carbon society and how we can and must make this transition in a way that is built on a foundation of social justice. This conference will cover: A Post Carbon Economy, Transportation and Interconnectedness, Governance, Spending Our Time Differently, Where We Live, What We Eat. Read more »

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