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Call for Participation: Bikeology Festival's "Sustainable Future Fair"

This is an invitation to participate in the Sustainable Future Fair at Bikeology (formerly the Eco-fair). Deadline for confirming tables is June 11, 2007.

Bikeology is Edmonton's Wild Ride Festival! Contests, live entertainment, information, pedal-powered smoothies and more! Bring your bike, your friends and your sunscreen for a fantastic velo party! Read more »

Posted May 30, 2007 by Anonymous

Calgary Alternative Transportation Co-operative Membership Registration

Location:
Calgary

Description:
Share a car and save your money, community, & environment!Save your money by paying for a car only when you use it!Join carsharing and benefit from low rates starting at $4/h. & $0.20/km. which include insurance, maintenance and even fuel. You will even be paid to help with maintenance and to find us new members.All you need to join is fairly clean driving record, plus damage deposit & member fee.Visit our web site at catco-op.org or call 270-8002 for more info. Read more »

Edmonton Idling Bylaw Report to Transportation & Public Works Committee

Please be advised that Clr. Michael Phair and Clr. Dave Thiele have requested City Administration to prepare a report on the following inquiry:

Posted March 30, 2007 by Anonymous

2007 Better Transit Award to honour Jim Brown

Citizens for Better Transit

Three years ago, Citizens for Better Transit, in partnership with the ETS Advisory Board, launched an award to recognize citizens who have made significant contributions to the improvement of public transit. Named after former city councillor and transit advocate Professor Gerry Wright, this annual award is sponsored by Siemens Canada, a world leader in transportation technologies, and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569.

The 2007 Gerry Wright Better Transit Award recognizes the contributions of Mr. J. A. (Jim) Brown. Read more »

Posted March 12, 2007 by Anonymous

Sustainable Commuting Workshop - Canmore

Location:
Canmore

Description:
Please be our guest at a free workshop that will focus on helping Albertans leave their cars at home. This workshop is sponsored by Transport Canada and presented by Rebecca O'Brien, Rick McFerrin and Kathryn Winkler of the Sustainable Alberta Association (SAA). The Sustainable Alberta Association is offering workshops on creating effective social marketing tools, such as the CRIKit (Commuter Resource Information Kit), that encourage commuters to reduce their drive-alone trips. Read more »

Sustainable Commuting Workshops - Red Deer & Canmore

Please be our guest at a free workshop that will focus on helping Albertans leave their cars at home. This workshop is sponsored by Transport Canada and presented by Rebecca O'Brien, Rick McFerrin and Kathryn Winkler of the Sustainable Alberta Association (SAA). The Sustainable Alberta Association is offering workshops on creating effective social marketing tools, such as the CRIKit (Commuter Resource Information Kit), that encourage commuters to reduce their drive-alone trips.

Posted February 8, 2007 by russ

Sustainable Commuting Workshop - Red Deer

Location:
Red Deer

Description:
Please be our guest at a free workshop that will focus on helping Albertans leave their cars at home. This workshop is sponsored by Transport Canada and presented by Rebecca O'Brien, Rick McFerrin and Kathryn Winkler of the Sustainable Alberta Association (SAA). The Sustainable Alberta Association is offering workshops on creating effective social marketing tools, such as the CRIKit (Commuter Resource Information Kit), that encourage commuters to reduce their drive-alone trips. Read more »

Attack #13 - An Art and Activism Installation

Location:
Calgary

Description:
One Yellow Rabbit and Action Terroriste Socialement Acceptable (ATSA) invite you to Attack #13 January 18-20 an ongoing in situ intervention – free! At the EPCOR Centre for Performing Arts, Calgary AB Read more »

Call for Delegates: CASA Vehicle Emissions Team

CASA Vehicle Emissions Team (VET) has the mandate to recommend initiatives to the CASA Board to help protect pubic health and the environment from vehicle emissions produced in Alberta. Its purpose is to pilot, monitor and evaluate CASA-approved projects related to vehicle emissions reduction.

Recent projects of the VET have included the Clean Commute employer-based transportation demand management program and the Remote Optical Vehicle Emissions Recorder 2 project. Projects are implemented by VET sub-groups and overseen by the team as a whole.

Terms of reference and many background documents are available at the CASA website www.casahome.org. Read more »

Posted November 10, 2006 by russ

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