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Job Opportunity: Director of Strategic Partnerships, Pembina Institute

Position: 
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Location: 
Calgary
Toronto
Vancouver

From the Pembina Institute website:

The Pembina Institute is seeking a Director of Strategic Partnerships to lead our talented Strategic Partnerships fundraising team. Read more about Job Opportunity: Director of Strategic Partnerships, Pembina Institute

Alberta's Greenest Cities — Calgary

Feb 6 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

From the Solar Alberta website:

Join us to hear from Alberta's Greenest communities: why going green is so important, what these places have accomplished, how they did it, and what's next.

Cities, towns, MDs and counties across Alberta are proving that acting locally is essential to climate leadership.

Presentations by: Read more about Alberta's Greenest Cities — Calgary

Location

Orpheus Theatre,
Campus Centre, SAIT (1301 16 Avenue NW)
Calgary , AB

Lead the Energy Transition

Feb 27 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

From the Solar Alberta website:

Alberta has abundant natural and renewable energy resources, but who is taking the lead in the renewables sector as we move towards a more diversified economy? Read more about Lead the Energy Transition

Location

Cenovus Learning Common - Room #2909
100 College Boulevard (Red Deer College)
Red Deer , AB

Cenovus shows companies are willing to accept more stringent climate policies

Pembina Institute reacts to Cenovus Energy Inc. announcement of new climate targets

CALGARY — BENJAMIN ISRAEL, SENIOR ANALYST at the Pembina Institute, made the following statement in response to an announcement by Cenovus Energy Inc.: Read more about Cenovus shows companies are willing to accept more stringent climate policies

Alberta’s regulations fail to effectively address major sources of emissions

Federal government would put Canada’s climate ambition at risk if Alberta’s weak methane regulations are approved

Alberta needs to improve its oil and gas methane regulations significantly before they go to the federal government for approval. The current regulations will fail to meet Canada’s methane reduction targets of 40 to 45 per cent by 2025.  Read more about Alberta’s regulations fail to effectively address major sources of emissions

Economic analysis finds clean energy future is cheaper than gas: Pembina Institute

Solar, wind, battery storage, energy efficiency and demand flexibility are reliable replacement for coal

CALGARY — Paired with battery storage and energy efficiency, electricity from solar and wind is now capable of generating electricity with the same reliability and lower cost than gas plants, even in Alberta where natural gas is relatively inexpensive. Read more about Economic analysis finds clean energy future is cheaper than gas: Pembina Institute

Pembina Institute recognized for convening businesses and communities around climate action

Pembina Institute receives top awards from Canada’s Clean50

TORONTO — Two flagship projects launched by the Pembina Institute were honoured today as recipients of the 2020 Canada’s Clean50 Top Project award. The Business Coalition for a Clean Economy and the Alberta Narratives Project are among 20 projects receiving the award.  Read more about Pembina Institute recognized for convening businesses and communities around climate action

Pending approval of new oilsands mine cause for concern

Pembina Institute and Ecojustice react to Joint Review Panel recommendation to approve new oilsands mine

CALGARY – Environmental law group Ecojustice and the Pembina Institute are concerned about the potential climate impacts of the Teck Resources’ Frontier oilsands open pit mine, following the release of a Joint Review Panel report today that recommends its approval.

Despite finding that the mine would have significant adverse impacts on the environment – including the irreversible loss of 14,000 hectares of wetlands – the Panel concluded that those impacts are justified and that the project is in the public interest. Moreover, despite previous legal precedent, the Panel failed to recognize the adverse climate impacts or explain why the emissions impacts of this project are not significant. Read more about Pending approval of new oilsands mine cause for concern

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