Our Community Climate Conversations are back, but now in digital form! Scroll down to find one of these events happening in your neighbourhood. If you know of a climate-related event happening in your community, please email email@example.com.
*Note: During the current coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we are following the advice of Alberta Health Services regarding large events. Please consider attending our digital events until we can once again, meet in person. These are being offered free of charge, but as always, we would be grateful for any donations that will help keep these going.
This month our guest is Matthew Chapman of Climate Reality Project Canada. As the national Community Climate Hub Manager, Matthew is responsible for leveraging Climate Reality Leaders and their networks to decarbonize communities through grassroots solution-building, managing Regional Organizers who support local, citizen-led Hubs in communities across the country, spurring data-driven decisions via the National Climate League and co-chairing the Cities Caucus of Climate Action Network Canada.
The Climate Reality Project's mission is to create a global sense of urgency on climate change and catalyze a planet-wide shift to clean energy to solve it. Founded and chaired by Nobel Laureate and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, it shares the truth of climate disruption with communities around the world and empower people everywhere with the knowledge and tools to help us create a sustainable future. With the solutions to climate change already in our hands, CRP brings citizens across continents together through social media, on-the-ground events, global broadcasts, and other initiatives to demand action and make world leaders listen.
We’ll be broadcasting to you via Facebook Live where you can participate in the night’s conversation by asking the questions you think need answering via the live-feed. Or, you can sign up for a Zoom link by giving us your email below.
Check out past episodes on our Youtube channel.
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Please note this event will be recorded and may be shared or re-broadcast publicly, including on our YouTube channel.
January 26 is the next COVID-safe digital version of our popular Community Climate Conversation. This time we are going to Haysboro!
Tune in to our Community Zoomcast from your own cozy space and engage in *real* conversations with our host of climate experts on topics like renewable energy, permaculture and building climate resilience (and pandemic resilience!) into GREAT Calgary communities like this one.
We’d love a great turnout from people within Hayboro, but all guests are welcome. This Conversation goes from 7-9pm on January 26 and you can RSVP below!
Ever forward and in this together,
-Calgary Climate HubTuesday, January 26, 2021 at 07:00 PMrsvpZoom38 RSVPs
The municipal election is fast approaching in October, and we at the Hub want to be strategic and influential. As such, we are starting our planning early. Past elections have seen us doing Candidate Climate Town Halls, Election Signage, and candidate questionnaires. This year we'll consider doing all that and more! But we need good brains and great volunteers to achieve our goal in electing a climate-friendly council.Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 07:00 PMrsvpZoom17 RSVPs