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Free talk: Alberta’s Green Energy Future
May 24 @ 09:00 - 10:00
Hi folks –
I’m Executive Director of the Alberta Council for Environmental Education, and we’re pleased to offer this free talk to the community, as part of our annual Recharge conference. Dave Dodge is fabulous at telling inspiring stories about the Green Energy Future that is galloping towards us! Join us if you can – just show up at 9! – and feel free to share this note with anyone who you think might be interested.
For more info about this talk or our event, please contact Maria@abcee.org.
Hope to see you there!
Alberta Council for Environmental Education
Alberta’s Green Energy Future
The green energy revolution is underway around the world and will change the way we live, work and get around in the future. The use of clean, green energy is exploding in Alberta and Canada – in many cases, it is the cheapest energy available! In this entertaining keynote, Dave will use stories, video, and his own brand of inspirational mojo to help you catch up on the new and exciting developments in this field – and tell some great stories of normal people and students who have done extraordinary things in this field as they reduce greenhouse gas emissions, mitigate climate change impacts, and feel more hopeful about the future.
This inspiring talk forms part of the annual conference of the Alberta Council for Environmental Education, and Dave will also suggest ways in which teachers can connect students to these new technologies – and help them make a difference.
David is an environmental journalist and a photojournalist who has worked for newspapers, published magazines, produced radio and was the production manager for a Canadian nature publisher. He produced more than 350 award-winning EcoFile radio programs on sustainability for the CKUA Radio network. David has worked for not-for-profit organizations such as the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society and the Pembina Institute. He serves as the chair of Energy Efficiency Alberta, the co-chair of Edmonton’s Energy Transition Advisory Committee and is also involved at the community level with Evansdale Community League, which gets all of its electricity from solar energy on a net-annual basis.