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.
Are you a Calgary-based non-profit working to protect the vulnerable or the environment? The City budget affects you! Join us for a discussion of what the budget means and our opportunities to influence The City's priorities as they tackle cuts in November.Friday, October 30, 2020 at 04:00 PMrsvpZoom12 RSVPs
New to the Hub? A long-time Hub member who misses hanging out with people who get it?
We've got you covered.
Join us for an evening of casual conversation. Learn what the Hub is about and how to get involved, catch up with old friends and make some new ones. Share what you've been working on, or why you're ready to take the next step.
Be sure to give us your email address so we can send you the link to join.Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 07:00 PMrsvpZoom5 RSVPs
November 24th is the next covid-safe digital version of our popular Community Climate Conversations (and the last one for 2020) this time for the community of Mount Pleasant and Tuxedo Park!
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 specifically Mount Pleasant/Tuxedo Parkians but all guests are welcome. This Conversation goes from 7-9pm on November 24th and you can RSVP below!
Ever forward and in this together,
-Calgary Climate Hub.