Edmonton WaterCity 2040 – January 19, 2015
Join the Edmonton Transformative Leaders of the Future Team for this first in a series of events to explore future scenarios for the City of Edmonton. Free with registration!
WaterCity 2040 is a multi-stakeholder scenario planning initiative. WaterCity 2040 will activate the knowledge, creativity and skills of young professionals as they work alongside current decision-makers to co-develop a 25-year water vision.
This is a first-of-its kind open and cross-sector consultation with Canadians in urban centres to design the future they want for their city, while considering possible futures, factors, shocks and trends and how resilience could be built towards these. This opportunity merges innovative ideas, design thinking and social change around topics of water (quality and quantity), environment, health, and sustainability challenges.
For more information and to RSVP, click here.
Where: University of Alberta Water Initiative
G-222 Biological Sciences Building
Edmonton, AB T6G 2E9
Honeybees - development, challenges, solution – January 19, 2015
Honeybees – Development, Challenges, Solution sponsored by Gloucester Horticultural Society. Brent Halsall of Halsall’s Honey, Greely, will discuss the life cycle of honeybees, their behavior and the new challenges they face. Free admission. Pre-registration required.
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Contact Name: Fleurette Huneault
Date: Monday, January 19, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
Where: 4373 Generation Court, Ottawa, ON
Green Drinks Montreal – Jan 20, 2015
The PGSS Environment Committee and Green Drinks Montreal will again be offering a once monthly series on all things related to the environment and sustainability.
This year, events will take place from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. in the Thomson House basement (McGill downtown campus) on the following dates:
• January 20, 2015
• February 17, 2015
• March 19, 2015
Green Drinks Montreal
Montreal, Quebec Environmental Groups, Green Businesses
Pembina unGALA – January 21, 2015
Cowboys and cowgirls ride the red rocket! The 2015 unGALA is coming to the Bram & Bluma Appel Salo(o)n. The theme—Cowboys & Cowgirls Ride the Red Rocket—recognizes Pembina’s Alberta roots while celebrating its work to advance transportation and urban solutions in Ontario. The unGALA is always fun and informal—cowboy hats provided.
Where: The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon, Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, Toronto ON M4W 2G8
Dress Code: Western attire—cowboy hats provided.
Canadian Wind Energy Conference & Seminar – January 21-23, 2015
McHewel Investment Group is delighted to announce that the Canadian Wind Energy Conference & Seminar 2015 will take place on 21-23 January 2015 in Toronto.
The conference will focus on further wind energy market development in Canada and will offer a crucial update on cutting-edge technologies, new projects and finance.
This strictly B2B event will offer ample opportunities for business networking and promoting your company within the expo.
Located in the networking area exhibition offers 25 table-top exhibition stands where leading wind energy companies will present their technologies and solutions for the industry.
For more information visit www.mchewel.com
Local Food Symposium – February 3-4, 2015
You're invited to take part in the Greenbelt Fund's Local Food Symposium on February 3 and 4, 2015. A forum for sharing ideas, innovations and successes about Ontario Food.
Held at Queen's Landing in Niagara-on-the Lake, the symposium will consist of two full days with site-visits, round table discussions, and keynote speakers. Bringing people together from across the agriculture and food value chain, it will be a great opportunity to learn about some of the interesting and innovative ways more local food is being served in public sector institutions, as well as to discuss some of the challenges we all face and the potential solutions.
Be sure to save the date and keep checking www.Ontariofresh.ca for more details.
Location: Niagara on the Lake, ON
Top 10 Lessons I've Learned as a Sustainability Professional – February 4, 2015
Frances Edmonds may not like to admit it herself, but she’s a bona-fide sustainability trailblazer. As the Director of Environmental Sustainability at Hewlett Packard (HP) Canada, she has been advancing sustainability at one of the country’s largest IT solutions providers for close to 2 decades. It’s a position that she personally created when she got started there and continues to define on a daily basis.
Her journey to where she is today hasn’t been an easy one, however. In addition to overcoming the obstacles that a woman must face in a male-dominated industry, she has steadfastly challenged a “business as usual” status quo. She believes that there should be, and can be, sustainability in all jobs; a billion decisions being made every minute, in every industry, for greater sustainability.
For more information, click here. To register, click here.
Location: Cara Commons, Ted Rogers School of Management
Ryerson University55 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON
Environmental Defence Gala – February 18, 2015
At this year's Gala, Environmental Defence will be celebrating 30 years of leading environmental change in Canada. We’ll also be sharing our vision for the next 30 years. We hope you will join us. The funds raised by this important event will help Environmental Defence to continue protecting green spaces, reducing Canadians' exposure to toxic chemicals, safeguarding water, greening our power and, building a clean economy.
At the Gala this year, Environmental Defence is pleased to welcome Jeff Rubin, former Chief Economist of CIBC, and Tzeporah Berman, one of Canada’s most well-known environmentalists, who will go head to head in a discussion about Canada’s future.
Where: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, Toronto, Ontario
Green Living Show – March 27-29, 2015
New dates! New venue! On March 27-29, the 2015 Green Living Show will open its doors at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for an exciting three-day weekend of all things green and healthy. For more info about the Green Living Show, visit greenlivingshow.ca, and keep up-to-date by signing up for our FREE newsletter.