Alberta Environmental Network

2010 Fall Cross Caucus Meetings

Oct 2 2010 - 12:00am to 10:00pm

The 2010 Fall Cross Caucus meeting has been scheduled and programmed for October 1 & 2 in Calgary and on-line registration is now live (and required). The AEN will be budgeting according to those who fill out the form, so please follow the link below and complete this form by Wednesday, September 8, 2010.

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Location

Alberta Wilderness Association
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB

RCEN e-Bulletin — 14 April 2010

Network News

April 14th, 2010

April 22 is Earth Day – Join an Event near You!

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day by getting together with friends, family and co-workers. Mark the occasion by participating in one of the many events being organized by environmental groups across the country! Here’s how you can find one:
Remember that you can also add your own event for free. Happy Earth Day!

Caucus Elections: Take an Active Role in Leading Your Caucus

Attention all RCEN members! Steering Committee elections are now underway for 10 of our national caucuses. This is your chance to take an active role in shaping your caucus' activities and making decisions that will directly benefit your peers and ultimately, the success of our Network. Any member of the RCEN can apply from now until April 27th. More…

Download our International Year of Biodiversity Tool Kit

A practical resource for both organizations and individuals, the IYB Tool Kit features: tips on how to get involved locally for biodiversity protection; accessible information about the Convention on Biological Diversity; presentations on the Green Wave and more. Download the IYB Tool Kit

Biodiversity Hotspot #6: Oceanic Road Kill

Killer whales are found in oceans all over the world, from arctic to tropical waters. They live in pods of 40-50 individuals, can live to be 50-80yrs old and have no natural predators. They are also intelligent and deadly hunters. Yet somehow the whales, also know as orcas, find themselves on the Species at Risk Act list. How is this happening? More…

This Week's Headlines

Calls for Participation
David Suzuki Foundation asks Canadians: What's inside your cosmetics?

Comment on Proposed Passenger Automobile and Light Truck Greenhouse Gas Emission Regulations

Announcements
Environment Canada Report on Plans and Priorities for 2010-2011

Natural Step Canada’s Sustainability for Leaders Course

Nominate Yourself for a Speaking Role at the UN General Assembly

Delegate Selection - Policy Dialogue on the Way Forward on Climate Change Internationally

Action Alerts
Climate Action Network – G8/G20 Campaign Mobilization is Underway

Green Communities Canada – Keep the ecoENERGY Retrofit Program Alive

Resources
New issue of the Philanthropist now available

Events
17th Annual International Conference on the St. Lawrence River / Great Lakes Ecosystem

Participate in Healthy Schools Day in Canada on April 26th

Employment
NL Environment Network - Executive Director

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2009 AEN Cross Caucus Meetings

Dec 4 2009 - 5:00pm to Dec 5 2009 - 9:00pm

The AEN Cross Caucus Meetings are a valuable opportunity to gather, in-person, with fellow AEN member groups and caucus members. Please RSVP to [email protected] indicating which caucus meeting you wish to attend.

Proposed Program

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Location

Alberta Labour Centre Meeting Hall
10425 Princess Elizabeth Avenue
Edmonton , AB

AEN Annual General Meeting

Jun 14 2009 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

The Alberta Environmental Network (AEN) will convene its annual business meeting in conjunction with the RCEN Annual General Assembly at Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton. The AGM will be held June 14, 2009, from 12:00 – 1:00pm.

Reasonable travel support, including registration for the RCEN conference, will be provided to one representative per AEN member group. Read more about AEN Annual General Meeting

Location

Robbins Health Learning Centre
Grant MacEwan College
Edmonton , AB

AEN Fall Cross Caucus Meetings

Nov 29 2008 - 1:00am to Dec 1 2008 - 12:00am

The fall cross-caucus meeting is an opportunity for all the AEN caucuses and working groups to come together as a community and discuss strategies to move our collective concerns forward. It is also a chance to meet with your fellow-caucus members face-to-face.

The caucus meetings will be held in Edmonton this fall. AEN member groups are eligible for full travel and accommodation expenses reimbursement, as per AEN reimbursement guidelines. Read more about AEN Fall Cross Caucus Meetings

Location

Varscona Hotel
8208 106 Street
Edmonton , AB

AEN Annual General Meeting

May 30 2008 - 5:00pm to Jun 1 2008 - 11:00pm

This year's Alberta Environmental Network Annual General Meeting will occur in the beauty of the foothills overlooking the wonders of the Alberta Rocky Mountains. Kootenay Plains is one of the most interesting places in the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta. Classified as a "Montane" range, its unique characteristics result in very little rainfall through the year and weather conditions can be very different than places just an hour's drive away. Please join with us as we celebrate the AEN's accomplishments and build a strong network for tomorrow! Read more about AEN Annual General Meeting

Keeping the Pressure on Bill 1

As many of you will be aware, the AEN is a facilitative organization that provides support to the work of Alberta-based environmental organizations. This is accomplished by coordinating cooperative efforts through coalitions and caucuses; facilitating consultations with governments and agencies at the municipal, provincial, national and international levels; providing training opportunities; and by maintaining internet-based communications systems.

As a facilitative organization, the AEN does not take positions on substantive issues (as this is the role of our member groups, caucuses, and coalitions). However, Bill 1: The Lobbyists Act threatens to undermine a fundamental purpose of the AEN by compromising our memberships' ability to participate in stakeholder processes. Consequently, the AEN board views this as a process-related issue requiring action. Read more about Keeping the Pressure on Bill 1

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