Upcoming Events

Neighbourhood Freight Forum Hosted by the Pembina Institute and DUKE Heights BIA

Apr. 27, 2017  - Toronto, Ontario
multiDialogue - Invitation only

Dianne Zimmerman, director of the Pembina Institute's transportation and urban solutions program, will participate in a multistakeholder discussion on local goods movement issues. 

Transitioning remote Indigenous communities in Alberta away from diesel onto clean energy technologies

Apr. 28, 2017  - Edmonton, Alberta
multiDialogue - Invitation only

This workshop explores options for reducing reliance on diesel fuel in Alberta’s isolated communities through clean energy technologies.

Past Events

Down to Earth Week's Capital for Cause: Back to Basics Presented by REAP Business Association and SAGE Investment Advisors

Apr. 24, 2017  - Calgary, Alberta
workshop - Public event

Jason Switzer, Senior Advisor to the Executive Director at the Pembina Institute and Executive Director at Alberta Clean Technology Industry Association (ACTIA) will speak Down to Earth Week's session "Capital for Cause: Back to Basics."

unEarthed | Cave Tour and Presentation Hosted by Canmore Cave Tours

Apr. 22, 2017  - Canmore, Alberta
tour - Public event

Join Binnu Jeyakumar, Program Director at the Pembina Institute, on Alberta’s plan for protecting the province’s health, environment and economy. 

Clean Growth and the 2017 B.C. Election Presented by the Pembina Institute, Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, and Clean Energy B.C.

Apr. 20, 2017  - Online / telephone
webinar - Public event

The Pembina Institute, Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, and Clean Energy B.C. present a public online forum on April 20 about the clean economy and climate action with representatives of B.C.’s three major political parties.

Economy of the future: Real jobs in a green economy Presented by the Port Moody-Coquitlam NDP Constituency Association

Apr. 13, 2017  - Port Moody, B.C.
panel - Public event

Dylan Heerema, an analyst at the Pembina Institute, will participate in a non-partisan panel discussion about the economy and green jobs.

Green Jobs B.C. all-candidates meeting 2017 Find out where B.C.'s political parties stand on the transition to a low carbon economy

Apr. 13, 2017  - Vancouver, B.C.
panel - Public event

The all-candidates meeting aims to convene representatives from B.C.'s political parties to share their vision of how B.C. will move forward on creating good, green jobs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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