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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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Design Matters - Sustainable Favelas

The Key to Climate Justice and Thriving Cities.
Join in for a free in-person discussion centered on informal settlements adapting to climate change.

January 10, 2024, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. (MT)
City Building Design Lab, 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary


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Climate Change News

Bold arts production brings activist movement to life

Lights Out challenges the climate crisis narrative using resilience and hope instead of despair

School of Creative and Performing Arts hosts immersive dance experience on climate chaos

Just Breathe, Okâwîmâwaskiy features a decolonized perspective on taking action, runs Jan. 25-26

Conducting innovative research on climate models and dry reforming of methane inspires UCalgary engineering PhD students

Hebatallah Abdelmoaty and Ruth Alli win 2023 Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Scholarships

In the News Amanda Bryant writing in The Conversation Canada

Measuring methane intensity is a key step on the path to net zero

Schulich postdoctoral associate receives engineering award in Mexico

Life experience helps shape Cuauhtémoc T. Vidrio-Sahagún's educational journey

Parts of Alberta and Africa face longer, more severe droughts

Arts prof Tricia Stadnyk uses new climate models to predict dry areas that are getting drier

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Funded in part by the government of Canada