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(Jan 23-24 2020) Call for Papers: 2nd Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa

(Jan 23-24 2020) Call for Papers: 2nd Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa

Call for Papers: 2nd Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa Nairobi, Kenya 23rd-24th January 2020 The 2nd SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN AFRICA  is being organized by the University of Nairobi (Kenya), Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), the Research and Transfer Centre “Sustainable Development and Climate Change Management” of the Hamburg University of Applied […]

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(Mar 13,25,27) CleanBC Telephone Town Halls

(Mar 13,25,27) CleanBC Telephone Town Halls

CleanBC will be hosting a series of Telephone Town Halls throughout March. They are looking to speak directly with up to 400,000 British Columbians on how the plan can work for them to make life more affordable and comfortable while cutting carbon pollution. There are four Telephone Town Halls, each focusing on a specific region […]

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(Feb 20) We need a fresh approach to climate change migration. This is why

(Feb 20) We need a fresh approach to climate change migration. This is why

A fresh approach to “climate change migration” requires including the voices of those whose lives and homes are in the greatest danger. Global migration planning and policies must start with community-based, participatory research that can better prepare communities for both sudden and slow onset natural disasters associated with a changing climate. Carol Farbotko, a Human […]

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(Apr 26) 2019 Bullitt Environmental Fellowship Application

(Apr 26) 2019 Bullitt Environmental Fellowship Application

For graduate students in British Columbia, Washington State, or Oregon, the Bullitt Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2019 Bullitt Environmental Fellowship. The Foundation awards this two-year, $100,000 Fellowship annually to one graduate student who has overcome adversity, demonstrates strong leadership potential, and is focused on work to safeguard the natural environment by promoting […]

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(Mar 9) Beyond Climate Film Screening

(Mar 9) Beyond Climate Film Screening

Join David Suzuki and the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) for a special screening and discussion of Ian Mauro’s latest film, Beyond Climate, during the University of Victoria Ideafest. Beyond Climate invites viewers to explore the climate impacts facing the places and people of British Columbia. After the screening, engage with panelists Suzuki, Mauro, […]

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(Mar 7) To Catch a Falling Sky: Sustainable First Nations' Futures

(Mar 7) To Catch a Falling Sky: Sustainable First Nations’ Futures

To Catch and Falling Sky is a series of public dialogues, hosted by SFU Faculty of Environment, Pacific Water Research Centre, and Science World British Columbia. The second talk of the series, March 7th (6pm-9pm), will focus on sustainable First Nations futures. The discussion will be moderated by Emilee Gilpin (Metis and National Observer journalist), […]

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(Mar 13) Communicating Climate Solutions and Measuring Progress Workshop

(Mar 13) Communicating Climate Solutions and Measuring Progress Workshop

On March 13th, join ICLEI Canada, Renewable Cities, and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities for a free workshop focusing on communicating, implementing and measuring climate action. This workshop is intended for municipal staff, elected officials, public servants, academics, utilities, and NGOs. The workshop is divided into two parts (participation in both is not necessary): Part […]

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(Jan-Feb) @Home on the Coast Magazine: Canadian Architects Support Integrated Climate Action

(Jan-Feb) @Home on the Coast Magazine: Canadian Architects Support Integrated Climate Action

We would like to thank @Home on the Coast  for showcasing in their January-February edition the joint statement signed in 2018 by the Canadian Institute of Planners, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Canadian Water and Wastewater Association, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, and ICLEI Canada pledging to actively promote integrated climate action or “low carbon resilience” […]

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