University of Calgary researcher uses scientific data to help determine ice travel.
Join Waterlution’s Calgary Hub for an exploration of the role of water in oil-sands development, hydro operations, and how businesses set responsible measures to lead our energy-hungry world into the future.
Be part of the action at Waterlution’s Calgary Hub to explore cross-sector collaboration and expand professional networks.
Join the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Conservation Volunteers and help make a safer place for wildlife to travel.
Our Blue Earth: Tapping into Local Leadership (with screening of the film TAPPED), EARTH DAY, Apr 22, 2012
“Our Blue Earth” is an Earth Day event of interactive dialogue around the film TAPPED, a documentary about the bottling and commodification of water.
This will be an exciting way to engage in dialogue around critical water issues.
April 22, 2012, 4-6.30pm, The Plaza Theatre, Kensington, Calgary.
The Alberta Sustainable Building Symposium (ASBS) is celebrating its 15th year on Thursday May 3, 2012 in Calgary with a new single-city format, dynamic key note speakers, exclusive exhibit opportunities and a great day of networking with clients and customers.
Waterlution presents: Water & Imagination: Our Human Expression. Tue. Feb 28, 2012. Doors 5.30 pm. Event 6pm-8:30pm. City of Calgary Water Centre. Engage your imagination and contribute to water-focused public art initiatives through a design charrette process.
Free with registration: www.waterlution.org/hubs/ab
An interactive event exploring the various dimensions of oil-sands development in Northern Alberta, and their influence on our environment, economy and society.