Working with nature can protect us from floods

As people begin to pick up their lives, and talk turns to what Calgary and other communities can do to rebuild, safeguarding our irreplaceable, most precious flood-protection assets should be given top priority.

Alberta’s Solar Surge

Alberta’s solar potential is measured as high as any other community its size anywhere else in the world.

Dumping waste into the ground is a shaky solution

Several scientific reports have called into question everything from injection wells to carbon capture and storage. The latter is a key component of the federal and Alberta governments’ climate change strategies and budgets.

Another day, another pipeline spill

The goal of our government and industry leaders appears to be to dig up as much oil as possible, as quickly as possible, and sell it overseas, and damn the economic and environmental consequences.

SpOIL (2011) Directed by Trip Jennings

To mobilize against the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, the International League of Conservation Photographers and members of the Gitga’ at First Nation capture breathtaking images of the wildlife inhabiting BC’s Great Bear Rainforest, home of the elusive spirit bear.

Moving Knowledge into Practice – Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network

Introducing the Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network. The Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network contributes to effective land use planning, analysis and decision making by: Providing access to high-quality, relevant, trusted and accessible information and knowledge resources Supporting the many networks, organizations and individuals involved in land use issues Providing technologies, resources and information management to land use professionals…