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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 Environment and Climate Change Canada.

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

Upcoming events

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Cultivating Interdependence: Individual & Community Well-Being in the Era of Climate Change

Join Jodi Lammiman, founder of Refugia Retreats and Alana-Dawn Eirikson, Sustainability Partnerships & Events Coordinator with the Office of Sustainability, in having mindful conversations about climate grief.

Date & time: April 20, 2023, 1–3 p.m. 

Location: UCalgary Faith & Spirituality Centre, fourth floor of MacEwan Student Centre, room 487

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Climate Change News

Early-career ocean professionals evaluate Canadian marine carbon sink and emerging field of ocean carbon removal

Group including current and former UCalgary grad students found baseline for marine carbon uptake

In the News Serasu Duran and colleagues in The Conversation Canada

How recycling could solve the shortage of minerals essential to clean energy

Climate Policy partnership will create comprehensive database

Project 1 of 21 social sciences and humanities projects to receive federal funding

Calgary’s water woes means lush lawns will have to go: UCalgary hydrologist

Current city water restrictions point to a more frugal, grass-free future, says water-supply researcher Tricia Stadnyk

Adaptable clean-energy technology revolutionizes the fight against climate change

National CANSTOREnergy initiative pioneers a greener future through innovative CO2-conversion units

Canada needs billions in bridge repairs, and climate change will drive that cost up: UCalgary researcher

Schulich assistant prof Muntasir Billah links environment with infrastructure lifespan

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Funded in part by the government of Canada