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CBC Calgary Energy Forum: Mixing Oil and Water


Oil: it's great but you can't drink itWater: cool and refreshing but it won't fuel our economyA special forum exploring the myths and realities of water use in the energy sector and the choices facing us all.A free public forum with:

  • Mary Griffiths, Senior Policy Analyst, Pembina Institute
  • Dave Rushford, Vice President of Business Development, Encana
  • Kevin Stachin, Vice President of Operations, Devon Canada
  • Beverly Yee, Assistant Deputy Minister, Environment

Moderator: Doug Dirks, host of CBC Television's News at Six Read more »

Public Meeting: Southern Foothills Study


Southern Alberta Land Trust SocietyNanton Community Memorial Centre2204 – 18th Street, Nanton A wise person once said “We back into the future with our eyes firmly fixed on the past.” Here is an opportunity for you to peer into the future of your watershed and the southwest Alberta foothills landscape. The Southern Foothills Study (SFS) was initiated by local people. It will help you understand how our southern Alberta landscape is evolving and, with this information, allow us all to better influence future directions. With the pace of development there is no better time than now to speak out. Read more »

Water & Cities: What can be done to future-proof our water supply?


The Centre for Applied Business Research in Energy and the Environment (CABREE) is proud to present2006 EPCOR Distinguished LectureDr. Peter Droege • Thursday, October 19, 2006 • Calgary, ABWater and CitiesWhat can be done to future-proof our water supply?Fresh Water is the lifeblood of cities and its decline has been recorded on a world wide scaleWith many global metropolitan areas suffering from depleting water resources, water security has become a major concern for many national and urban leaders. The process of evaporating water resources is driven by many factors, one being the development of fossil fuel generation. But the most threatening promises to be accelerating climate change impacts. What can be done to future-proof our cities from a water security point of view? Solutions may lie in integrated water cycle management, distributed micro-watershed management, water right registration and trading and in accomplishing a fundamental urban energy transition to more efficient and renewable models. Read more »

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