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If you are considering taking part in the local climate strikes, attending this workshop could be handy! This is a great way to get to know your peers, understand how to conduct yourself during the strike, learn more about the movement and more! This event will be held at the Central Library in room 0-04!
The agenda will be posted soon and will list our speakers and activities for this workshop! For more details, and to RSVP visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/2327573347456624/?ti=as
As activists we must take care of each other, we hope to educate and engage with each other to help strengthen our movement. This is an open space to ask questions and learn more about Calgary's activism community!
Please bring some water, a way to take notes, and some snacks. Some food will be provided but bring some just in case we run out!
We acknowledge that we are on the land of the Treaty 7 Nations and, as such, are all Treaty people. This place is known as Mohkinsstis or Meechispa, and is on the ancestral lands of the Nitsatapi Confederacy, îyarhe Nakoda, and Tsuut'ina, and is also part of Métis Nation Region 3.
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact Rose Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.Monday, September 16, 2019 at 04:00 PMCentral Library, Room 0-040 RSVPs
Calgary youth are convening before UN Secretary-General António Guterres will host the 2019 Climate Action Summit on September 23 to meet the climate challenge. https://www.un.org/en/climatechange/
Join #FridaysForFuture: a movement that began in August 2018, after 15-year-old Greta Thunberg sat in front of the Swedish parliament every schoolday for three weeks, to protest against the lack of action on the climate crisis. She posted what she was doing on Instagram and Twitter and it soon went viral. On the 8th of September 2018, Greta decided to continue striking every Friday until Swedish policies provided a safe pathway well under 2-degree C, in line with the Paris agreement.Friday, September 20, 2019 at 12:00 PMCity Hall Municipal Plaza0 RSVPs
We know you’re out there. Show us the numbers.
Friday, September 20
A post-apocalyptic themed parade is joining Beakerhead's Spectacle. Show up in your Mad Max themed costume, ride from the Riverwalk (East Village) to The Spectacle (Prince's Island Park) and be part of a spectacular night.
Any non-motorized transportation (bikes, skateboards, skates, scooters, etc.) is welcome to participate.
The first 100 people to register get free entrance to Beakerhead`s Spectacle. NOTE: You must wear a costume and be on wheels to be eligible for the free entry.
The Spectacle is a ticketed event. If you can't be part of the ride and get the free entry, you can purchase your ticket here: https://beakerhead.com/spectacle
Never heard of Mad Max Ride YYC?
We are a free, post-apocalyptic themed bike parade featuring music, art, costume and motion. Our very first ride happened on June 22nd 2019 when we rode from the 100 Year Old Tree (Stampede) to a Sled Island Block Party in Inglewood. Check us out on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MadMaxRideYYC/ or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/madmaxrideyyc/
Don't know what The Spectacle is all about?
See more here: https://beakerhead.com/spectacle
Read more here: https://beakerhead.com/ or follow @beakerhead on social media.
For more info and to rsvp visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/490994138124498/
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 04:00 PMrsvpBeakerhead Spectacle Prince's Island Park0 RSVPs
Join us during Climate Week for our first Calgary Climate Hub Fundraiser at Calgary's first Cidery.
$60 tickets will include Cider, (Beer options also available) Charcuterie, and the sounds of Calgary's inimitable Kris Demeanor.
Help us raise the funds to change the world for the better, and make us a strong more resilient organization!
During Global Climate Week, the Calgary Climate Hub is excited to host a provocative evening with Sean Holman, author of:
Dear Journalists of Canada: Start Reporting Climate Change as an Emergencyto be followed by a panel discussion with some of Calgary’s most distinguished journalists.
The climate crisis is the biggest story of our age. But not enough journalists are treating it that way. And that's hindering public and private attempts to prevent catastrophic global heating. Sean, and our panel will discuss what responsible coverage of this story should look like and the important role journalists can play during this disaster.
Sean Holman is an associate professor of journalism at Mount Royal University, freedom of information researcher and the founding editor of the pioneering online investigative political news service Public Eye. A former syndicated columnist and talk show host, he also worked as a legislative reporter for 24 Hours Vancouver and the Vancouver Sun. And he produced, directed and wrote the documentary Whipped: The Secret World of Party Discipline.
In 2004, Holman won the Jack Webster Award for a five-month investigation into what became known as the Doug Walls affair. Eight years later, he received a special mention in J-Source’s Canadian Newsperson of the Year competition for “using new and emerging media technologies to expand the number of journalistic voices in this country and to redefine the relationship between journalists and citizens.” He is currently writing a book on the history of freedom of information and is active in campaigning for the news media to cover the climate crisis with the urgency it demands.
Tickets are $10.00, and $5.00 for students/low income. If you would like to attend, and the ticket price is a barrier to you, please contact email@example.com for more information.
This September, millions of people worldwide will walk out of schools and businesses to demand climate justice. On September 27th at 10:30 am Calgary students and workers will rally on campus between the pond and metal archway in front of Mac Hall.
(There will also be a climate strike outside of City Hall at 12:00 pm.)
This mass mobilization will serve to bring global focus to the climate crisis and to bring this emergency to the forefront of the upcoming Canadian federal election.
Our Time Calgary / YYC For A Green New Deal
Students For Direct Action
This event takes place in Moh'kinsstis - also known as Calgary. This land is under Treaty with the peoples of the Tsuut'ina Nation, the Stoney Nakoda Nation and the three Nations of the Blackfoot Confederacy - the Piikani, the Kainai, and the Siksika. This land is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta - Region 3.
We honour the land and the Indigenous Peoples of Moh'kinsstis, and we endeavour to come together in a good way. To organize with a view to stand in solidarity with all communities impacted by climate change on the front lines. With a view to end all economic and social injustice that leads to environmental degradation. With a view to consensus and coalition-building across movements.
Hosted by:Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10:30 AMUniversity of Calgary0 RSVPs
"Why should we be studying for a future that isn't guaranteed?"
Greta Thunberg started the school climate strikes in response to the climate crisis. As students, eco-anxiety is a very real issue. This is why we need your help on September 27th to help push our governments to take climate action.
Students are encouraged to walkout of their classrooms at 10:30 AM on September 27th to strike for climate action. The timeframe for your walkout can be any length of time!
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/376897539665084/?ti=as
There will be a strike down at city hall that students may attend if they wish to continue their strike on a larger scale! Please contact YYC4GND if you have any questions or concerns.
We acknowledge that we are on the land of the Treaty 7 Nations and, as such, are all Treaty people. This place is known as Mohkinsstis or Meechispa, and is on the ancestral lands of the Nitsatapi Confederacy, îyarhe Nakoda, and Tsuut'ina, and is also part of Métis Nation Region 3.Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10:30 AMCity of Calgary: Public, Separate and Charter Schools0 RSVPs
Students will be marking the end of Climate Week in front of City Hall.Friday, September 27, 2019 at 12:00 PMCity Hall, Municipal Plaza0 RSVPs
End Climate Week by starting your own climate action project!The Community Energy Depot is a free 2 part workshop that will give you the skills, tools and support to build your own climate and energy project from the ground up. Facilitators include folks from the Calgary Tool Library, Open Streets Calgary, Energy Efficiency Alberta, Tuxedo Park Community Association, the Federation of Calgary Communities, and the Climate Leadership Program. They will all be sharing their experiences in creating their own projects and helping you with your own development.Saturday, September 28, will be spent on learning about creating ideas, design thinking, concept testing and how to pitch a project. You’ll also hear several case studies based on successful projects. Tuesday, October 1, will include a tour of the Bridgeland Tool Library, project management tools and an introduction to our online webinar tools. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or other device to the workshop, but can fully participate without one if they wish.
Energy Depot is an opportunity for Calgarians (and area) to work on an idea or project that they would like to implement in their community.
These projects can vary from energy efficiency, climate action and projects that ultimately make our communities more sustainable.
The purpose of the Energy Depot will provide tools, resources and support for participants to turn their idea into action. The Depot is an opportunity to work together with others in a two-day session that will provide the energy to make a sustainable future.
Please visit www.energy-depot.org to enroll.