Past Events

Engaging Impacted Communities in Transition Conference panel hosted by the Parkland Institute with guest speakers from Pembina

Feb. 24, 2022  -
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Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the Parkland Institute entitled Engaging Impacted Communities in Transition. Our researchers Grace Brown and Sarah Winstanley will draw on their recent research to speak about a just transition for Canada's coal workers and communities and working towards gender equity in Alberta's energy sector, speaking alongside Angele Alook, an assistant professor in the School of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at York University.

Banner image. Text: Women's Economic Prosperity and the Energy Transition, Student Workshop, Nov. 30, online.

Women's Economic Prosperity and the Energy Transition Student workshop with YWCA Calgary, Pembina, and WISE

Nov. 30, 2021  - Alberta
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Are you a post-secondary student interested in working in Alberta's energy transition? Join this workshop to learn about women’s economic prosperity in Alberta and explore what economic opportunities and barriers exist for women in the province’s energy transition. You will be invited to share your unique perspectives as students in several engaging conversations, and your input will inform the work YWCA Calgary and Pembina are doing to support women in Alberta.

Unpacking the CleanBC Roadmap webinar

Unpacking the CleanBC Roadmap with the Pembina Institute and Guest

Nov. 18, 2021  - Vancouver
webinar - Public event

Join us to unpack B.C.’s updated climate plan, CleanBC Roadmap, which was released last week. Our experts will provide an overview of the plan vis-à-vis what's needed to meet the province’s goal of reducing carbon pollution by 40% by 2030, and to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Our panel will examine how the plan proposes to transition to zero carbon buildings, to put more zero emissions vehicles on the road, and to reduce emissions from industry.

Young white woman in high-visibility vest and helmet standing in front of passive building construction site (Spire Landing in Vancouver). Text: Women in the Energy Transition workshop, Nov. 4 online. Photo by Stephen Hui, Pembina Institute.

Women in the Energy Transition Workshop Join the Women's Centre of Calgary and Pembina Institute for an open discussion

Nov. 4, 2021  - Alberta
workshop - Public event

Are you curious about the energy transition and wondering what it might mean for you? Join the Pembina Institute and the Women's Centre of Calgary for this free, online workshop where we will discuss net-zero, job opportunities, and how to break down gender barriers in Alberta.

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Climate Finance, Supply Chain and Mitigating Risk Webinar series: Global climate action and your bottom line

Oct. 21, 2021  -
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Catalyst Business Alliance, British Consulate-General and Vancouver Economic Commission are pleased to Managing Risk and Climate Financing. This is Part 3 of our COP 26 webinar series, Unpacking the relevance of the UN’s international climate conference to the business community. This series is a lead up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (aka COP26), which the U.K. is hosting in Glasgow in November 2021.

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COP 101: A Primer for Business Webinar series: Global climate action and your bottom line

Oct. 14, 2021  -
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Catalyst Business Alliance, British Consulate-General and Vancouver Economic Commission are pleased to COP 101: A Primer for Companies. This is Part 2 of our COP 26 webinar series, Unpacking the relevance of the UN’s international climate conference to the business community. This series is a lead up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (aka COP26), which the U.K. is hosting in Glasgow in November 2021.

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Pathways for Reducing Heavy-Duty Transport Emissions Clean Economy Webinar Series

Jun. 30, 2021  -
webinar - Public event

The Pembina Institute is excited to host a panel of experts who will offer their insights into availability of low and zero emissions technologies for heavy duty vehicles, regional and international trends, fleet concerns, special challenges for B.C., and the role of government to hasten the transition.

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The Business of Climate Ambition Part of a speaker series on global climate action and your bottom line

Jun. 24, 2021  -
webinar - Public event

The Pembina Institute and Catalyst Business Alliance, in collaboration with the British Consulate-General and Vancouver Economic Commission, present a three-part speaker series on global climate action and your bottom line. Part 1 is The Business of Climate Ambition.

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Primed for Pickup: Urban delivery solutions for cities, in the online shopping boom Webinar presented in partnership with NACTO and Bloomberg Associates

Jun. 22, 2021  - Online
webinar - Public event

As cities emerge post-pandemic to find a growing number of trucks on our streets, delivering goods directly to our front door, what can they do to better manage freight activity, curb transportation emissions, support local business and ensure more equitable, sustainable delivery practices? This panel looks at the number of solutions across North America, and beyond, that are already being tested and which are ready for city planners and policymakers to put into action now.

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Market and Technology Readiness of Hydrogen Part of the Future of Hydrogen Webinar Series

Jun. 16, 2021  -
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The Pembina Institute hosts a webinar that will examine the market readiness of hydrogen. Our speakers will explore international trends, the market opportunities, enabling policies, technology readiness, and the role low carbon hydrogen may play in achieving decarbonization goals in Canada and globally.

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