A Climate of Change: Calgary for the People

May 25 2022 - 7:00pm

From the Calgary Climate Hub website:

Density. Active Transportation. Public Transit. 15 Minute Cities. Walkable, breathable LIVABLE communities.

The world's changing in this direction and Calgary will too.

Our guest Sustainable Calgary's Celia Lee will be joined by a power panel of local movers and shakers of the non-vehicular persuasion. Join us. It's for YOU. Read More


Across Canada and around the globe, cities are taking action on climate change. The next ten years is pivotal for society to scale up transformative solutions to the challenges that climate change will bring to our landscapes and our communities. Cities cannot do it alone. All levels of government, and all sectors have a role to play in creating a sustainable future.

How to make Edmonton's winter sidewalks safe + accessible to all

Sep 22 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

A free, public talk on the problems with Edmonton's current approach to winter sidewalks and what alternatives are possible

Hear how sidewalks covered in snow, ice and slush present a significant threat to the safety and mobility of pedestrians and what can be done about it, from neighbourhood-led efforts, enforcement, autonomous snow removal equipment, plus more.


It’s free. Read More

Learning to Speak Lichen: Lichen Walk n’ Talk About Air Quality & Climate

Aug 22 2020 - 9:30am to 11:00am

Join us to learn about your lichen neighbours, and how to translate what they’re telling us about our urban environment. Not sure what a lichen is? Come and find out! We’ll introduce you to a few of your common (and uncommon) lichen neighbours, and discuss why we think listening to urban lichens is important.


Edmonton , AB

Lichens as Biomonitors for Urban Air Quality & Climate

Aug 20 2020 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Find out what using lichens as biomonitors for the climate and air pollution is all about. 

Lichens, a symbiotic partnership between algae and fungi, are excellent (and inexpensive!) biomonitors for telling us about climate change and pollution - and Edmonton is ripe to start using them. 

Urban Trees: Improving Air Quality in Our Neighbourhoods

Jul 28 2020 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Join the Tomorrow Foundation (virtually) for Urban Trees: Improving Air Quality in Our Neighbourhoods.

What role do urban trees play in removing air pollution from our neighbourhoods? Anyone interested in air quality, neighbourhoods, planning or urban environments is encouraged to attend this event. Read More


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