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The Fair Trade Forum - Calgary

Location:
Calgary

Description:
The Centre for Public Interest Accounting (CPIA), Development Studies Club, International Centre, the Latin American Research Centre and the Students’ Union are pleased to sponsor a public forum to examine the meaning, context and challenges of fair trade as well the roles of international organizations.Questions such as: “What is fair trade?”, “How is fair trade benefiting small producers in low-income nations?”, “Is fair trade setting new social and ethical standards in trade?”, and “Who benefits from fair trade?” will be addressed. Read more »

Power for the People: Determining Our Energy Future, Early-bird Registration Deadline

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
Parkland Institute's Tenth Annual Conference:Power for the People: Determining Our Energy FutureFeaturing John Ralston Saul on Democracy, Sovereignty and EnergyUniversity of Alberta CampusNovember 17-19, 2006Save Money! Deadline for early-bird registration is November 3.A conference about:

  • Alberta’s Role in Fuelling Global Demand
  • An Alternative Perspective: The Norwegian Example
  • Energy Regulation and Public Participation: Disappointments in Democracy
  • The Political Power of the Energy Sector in Alberta
  • Life on the Tar Sands: The Real Cost
  • Don't "Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark"
  • Getting Our Fair Share
  • Opportunities Lost? Maximizing Our Resource Heritage
  • Trading Away Our Energy Future?
  • A Good Life for All
  • Transitioning to a Post Carbon Economy
  • Investing in Our Future

Can't come to the whole conference come to part of it! Tickets are available for every time block of the conference. Read more »

Power for the People: Determining Our Energy Future

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
Parkland Institute's Tenth Annual Conference:Power for the People: Determining Our Energy FutureFeaturing John Ralston Saul on Democracy, Sovereignty and EnergyUniversity of Alberta CampusNovember 17-19, 2006Save Money! Deadline for early-bird registration is November 3.A conference about:

  • Alberta’s Role in Fuelling Global Demand
  • An Alternative Perspective: The Norwegian Example
  • Energy Regulation and Public Participation: Disappointments in Democracy
  • The Political Power of the Energy Sector in Alberta
  • Life on the Tar Sands: The Real Cost
  • Don't "Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark"
  • Getting Our Fair Share
  • Opportunities Lost? Maximizing Our Resource Heritage
  • Trading Away Our Energy Future?
  • A Good Life for All
  • Transitioning to a Post Carbon Economy
  • Investing in Our Future

Can't come to the whole conference come to part of it! Tickets are available for every time block of the conference. Read more »

Down the Pipe: The Proposed Keystone Pipeline and Why You Should Care

Location:
Calgary

Description:
The NEB is considering a request to turn a major gas pipeline into a conduit for massive export of raw oil sands bitumen. Come hear about the implications of this proposed move for Alberta’s economic future. Date: Thursday, November 2, 2006Time: 7:00pm-9:00pmLocation: Hotel Arts, 119 12th Avenue SW, CalgaryOpening remarks by:Dave Coles, National President CEP and Don Macneil, Western VP, CEP Read more »

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