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Mobilizing Alberta

Building capacity for climate action

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What is Mobilizing Alberta?

Mobilizing Alberta aims to increase engagement on climate change in Southern Alberta and provide a foundation on which community groups and organizations can continue to build awareness and support meaningful, on-the-ground climate action.

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.

UCalgary is responding to the urgent global calls for action while acknowledging, respecting and valuing Indigenous ways of knowing.

Upcoming events

Nurturing Emotional Resilience in the Era of Climate Change

Nurturing Emotional Resilience in the Era of Climate Change

Join UCalgary for a talk on climate change and emotional resilience with Dekila Chungyalpa, founder of the Loka Initiative, and Christine Wilson, PhD, with Centre for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

May 8, 2024, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. (MT)
Online via Zoom


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Climate Change News

UCalgary scholars join international summit aimed at navigating global hydrology changes

Hawai’i Hydrologic Summit offers valuable insights for Schulich School of Engineering professors

In the News Kerry Black and David Barrett writing in The Conversation Canada

High and dry: Federal budget 2024 misses the mark on water-related investments

No ‘drought’ about it: Water restrictions are coming in Alberta this summer

For World Water Day, Tricia Stadnyk talks about the predicted drought and how Albertans can prepare

Schulich prof hopes to help foster sustainable future through carbon capture

Nader Mahinpey says developing storage technology will help grow a strong economy

6th annual PETRONAS International Energy Speaker Series tackles geopolitics and climate change

PETRONAS Canada announces funding for an additional 3 years for speaker series

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Funded in part by the government of Canada