07. December 2017 - 17:30 till 21:00
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Change for Climate Talks | Art Gallery of Alberta | Thursday, 07. December 2017

UPDATE: This event is SOLD OUT. Get on the wait list through the EventBrite link ().
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Climate change is our generation’s most significant challenge. Let’s come together and find ways to take action on climate change.

Change for Climate Talks will bring together 11 community leaders, all from different backgrounds, to share why its important that we all act on climate change and inspire us to take action.

Our speakers for the evening include:

• Ahmed “Knowmadic” Ali, Edmonton's Poet Laureate
• Anna Ho, Paths for People
• Brandy Burdeniuk, Green Buildings Champion
• Chris Chang-Yen Phillips, Edmonton's Historian Laureate
• Dustin Bajer, Edmonton’s Food Council Initiative
• Eriel Deranger, Executive Director, Indigenous Climate Action
• Jane Alexander, Bishop, Anglican Diocese of Edmonton
• Jim Sandercock, Chair, Alternative Energy Technologies - NAIT
• Dr. Joe Vipond, Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
• Leanne Olson & Morgan Wedderspoon, Visual Artists
• Tim Shipton, Senior Vice President, Oilers Entertainment Group

Doors open at 5:30 pm with light refreshments and a cash bar; presentations begin at 6:30 pm.

Tickets are only available in advance through Eventbrite.

*Note: Videos and photographs will be taken during the event.*

Change for Climate Talks is being hosted as part of the City of Edmonton’s Change for Climate program.

Change for Climate is a call to all Edmontonians to take action on climate change and work together to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. Climate change has reached a critical moment and surveys show 73% of Edmontonians believe we need to take action now. To help them find ways to act on climate change we developed a spectrum of over 30 actions they can do at home, in their commute, in their lifestyles. We know Edmontonians are already doing many of these actions and we want to encourage them to go further and commit to larger, more impactful actions.

We invite Edmontonians to go to to find actions they can do and share their commitment by using the hashtag #changeforclimate or submitting their story to the blog.