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CEA Climate and Energy Awards Close July 2

CEA Climate and Energy Awards Close July 2

The Community Energy Association (CEA), The Province of BC, BC Hydro, FortisBC, Real Estate Foundation of BC, and Union of BC Municipalities are pleased to invite all BC local governments to participate in the 2019 Climate & Energy Action Awards. The awards are offered annually to a municipality or regional district implementing a project or program best integrating energy and […]

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Webinar on Canada's Changes in Temp and Precip

Webinar on Canada’s Changes in Temp and Precip

Webinar from Canada’s Changing Climate Report summarizing chapter 4 – temperature and precipitation – Thursday July 4 https://forms.gle/TDgnXq4xW9paToXJ7

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Inuit Climate Change Strategy Released (June 7)

Inuit Climate Change Strategy Released (June 7)

An Inuit-driven climate change strategy was revealed on June 7, which will see Inuit communities and governments across the Inuit Nunangat collaborate to address the growing concerns that the globe’s changing climate is having on the region. The Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)’s climate change committee had worked for two years to develop to the National […]

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IDRC Research Awards 2020 funding now open (June 22)

IDRC Research Awards 2020 funding now open (June 22)

IDRC Research Awards 2020 funding now open for students focusing research on developing countries including climate change.  Deadine is September 18, 2019 – see URL below for more info. https://www.idrc.ca/en/funding/idrc-research-awards-2020

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(May 28) Building climate resilience in the Okanagan: A homeowners resource guide

(May 28) Building climate resilience in the Okanagan: A homeowners resource guide

The availability of water in the Okanagan valley is snowpack-dependent and a changing climate is resulting in greater extremes in weather and the availability of water. Extended periods of drought and flooding are expected to occur more frequently in this region. Responding to this ‘new reality’, the South Okanagan Real Estate Board in partnership with the […]

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(Apr 23) Canadians want more conservation, Indigenous stewardship

(Apr 23) Canadians want more conservation, Indigenous stewardship

On April 23, 2019, Canada pledged to double its protected lands by 2020. Based on a new poll by Abacus Data for the International Boreal Conservation Campaign (IBCC), the poll found that Canadians strongly support Indigenous-led conservation and international cooperation as a way to achieve the goal. In addition, the poll recorded that top reasons Canadians support […]

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(June 6) Women and Climate Change: A Dialogue with Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg

(June 6) Women and Climate Change: A Dialogue with Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg

On June 6th from 10:00am to 12:00pm the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue is hosting a intimate dialogue to discuss what women need to be effective in the space of climate change and agriculture. Here, they will explore the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD), One Planet Initiative and discuss what support women […]

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(May 7) New Game on Climatekids.ca

(May 7) New Game on Climatekids.ca

On May 7th, Environment and Climate Change Canada released a new game on climatekids.ca. The game provides children with the opportunity to explore Canada’s regions while learning about climate impacts. The site will soon have games with themes such as forests and Canada’s iconic animals. Also, keep an eye on their social media accounts and look for […]

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