Climate Change Webinar Series
Join City of Calgary staff along with expert guest speakers for a series of lunch hour webinars designed to help you learn more about climate change as well as some of the most effective actions you can take today to help limit global climate change and prepare for the impacts associated with our changing climate.
Preparing for Climate Change
Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Time: 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Flooding, hail, high winds and other extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and intense in Calgary due to climate change. Along with these hazards comes rising insurance costs, health impacts and property damage. This workshop, hosted by City of Calgary staff, will help you understand what climate change means for Calgary, what actions you can take to prepare and how The City of Calgary is adapting to our changing climate.
Switching to Renewable Energy
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Time: 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Renewable energy offers so many benefits such as energy independence, lower (or no) utility bills, increased home comfort and helping to limit global climate change.
Homes and workplaces produce two-thirds (66% in 2019) of Calgary's greenhouse gas emissions. Choosing who provides your energy and how it is produced is one of the most effective ways to limit your contribution to global climate change. It starts by understanding your choices.
This workshop, co-hosted by The City of Calgary's Climate Program and Open Streets, will address some of the most common misconceptions about renewable energy in Alberta, walk you through the options available and share ideas on how to evaluate what is best for you.
So, you're curious about electric vehicles?
This webinar was co-hosted with The City of Calgary and Peaks to Prairies during National Drive Electric Week (September 26 to October 4, 2020).
Choosing an electric vehicle can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve air quality, and save you money on maintenance, fuel and potentially on insurance premiums as well. Electric vehicles are also quiet, powerful and fun to drive! Transportation accounts for one-third of Calgary's greenhouse gas emissions, making electric vehicle adoption one of the greatest opportunities to reduce emissions in our city.
This workshop, co-hosted by The City of Calgary's Climate Program and Transportation Planning with special guests from Peaks to Prairies, addresses some of the most common misperceptions about electric vehicles, delves into the benefits and barriers of electric vehicle ownership, explores the advancement of charging infrastructure in Alberta and more.
Climate Change 101
Climate change has become a defining issue of our time, and the majority of Calgarians are concerned about it.
This session helps demystify this complex topic, providing information about what climate change is, how climate change is impacting Calgary, how The City of Calgary is taking action and how Calgarians can be part of the solution.
Active Transportation: Bike Commuting in Calgary
Interested in riding your bike more often, but not sure how to get started? Join us for a free, fun and friendly introduction to cycling (including winter cycling) for Calgarians! Learn all about the many tools and resources available to help you feel more comfortable behind the handlebars.
Home Energy Efficiency
Do you know the most effective ways to reduce your home energy bills? Since home energy use accounts for more than one-quarter of Calgary's greenhouse gas emissions, saving energy in your home is an impactful way to help limit global climate change. This workshop, co-hosted by The City of Calgary's Climate Program and Empower Me, covers the top five changes you can make to in your home, further actions you can take, and how these actions contribute to our climate change targets.
To register Eventbrite will ask you to provide your name and email address. This personal information is being collected by The City of Calgary for the purpose of registering and participating in a webinar on climate change and associated mitigation and/or adaptation actions pursuant to s. 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. If you have any questions about this collection and use of your personal information, please contact Lindsay Luhnau, Environmental Outreach Coordinator at Environmental and Safety Management, Floor 8, Public Building, 205 – 8 Avenue S.E., Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2M5 or call 403-818-4539.