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Watersheds 2016: Register Now

Watersheds 2016: Register Now

Registration is now open for Watersheds 2016: Building Capacity for Collaboration and Watershed Governance in British Columbia. Space is limited- register early, and take advantage of the reduced early-bird rate! Watersheds 2016 is a 1.5 day forum designed to build on learnings from Watersheds 2014. It will bridge and complement with the Living Waters Rally, an event to […]

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FACTS Event: Biodiversity and Innovation

FACTS Event: Biodiversity and Innovation

You and invited to the conference FACTS (French Ameri-Can Climate Talks) “Biodiversity and Innovation” in partnership with the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the Consulate General of France in Vancouver. This free public discussion will be held in the auditorium of the Beaty Museum on May 13th 2016 from 6.00pm, just a few days prior to theInternational Day for Biological […]

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Webinar: Understanding the Paris Agreement and its Implications

Webinar: Understanding the Paris Agreement and its Implications

Register now for this upcoming webinar offered by the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) and the Harvard Kennedy School: Understanding the Paris Agreement and its Implications  Thursday June 2nd, 1:00 pm Eastern Time In April 2016, more than 175 nations signed the Paris Agrement, an event that may well be remembered as the critical […]

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Job with David Suzuki Foundation: Energy & Climate Policy Analyst

Job with David Suzuki Foundation: Energy & Climate Policy Analyst

An exciting climate job opportunity with the David Suzuki Foundation: Policy Analyst: Renewable Energy & Climate Solutions  Vancouver Full time, permanent (34 hours/week) Application deadline: May 15th Responsibilities: • Recognized as a DSF expert in their area(s) of specialization (climate change and clean energy). • Implements and takes responsibility for the outcome of the plans, […]

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Infographic on Flood Risk

Infographic on Flood Risk

This helpful new infographic on flood risk explains why everyone should care about floods, even those who don’t live near water. View below, or click here to download.  

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Communicating Impacts and Adaptation: Engaging Communities When Climate Change Comes Home

Communicating Impacts and Adaptation: Engaging Communities When Climate Change Comes Home

Friends in Victoria, check out this upcoming event: Communicating Impacts and Adaptation: Engaging Communities When Climate Change Comes Home May 9th, 2016 7:00 pm Room A104, Bob Wright Centre, University of Victoria Please join the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions for a public presentation by Dr. Susanne Moser. How can we best engage people around […]

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Flood Control Structures Harm Fish in Fraser River

Flood Control Structures Harm Fish in Fraser River

A new study from researchers at Simon Fraser University argues that hundreds of small flood-control structures in the lower Fraser River are robbing salmon and other fish of valuable habitat while creating conditions for non-native species to flourish. From The Vancouver Sun‘s profile of the research: “The study looked at five sites with flood-control structures and five without in […]

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Submit Your Comments to Canada's Climate Change Plan

Submit Your Comments to Canada’s Climate Change Plan

The Government of Canada currently has an open, online feedback opportunity for comments and ideas to inform Canada’s new strategic framework on climate change. Topics include: General ideas on addressing climate change How and where to reduce emissions Ideas for clean technology, innovation, and jobs Preparing for the impacts of climate change Putting a price […]

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