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Nathalie S. Olson
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Education & Outreach, Battle River Watershed Alliance
Education & Outreach, Battle River Watershed Alliance

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A great video describing Climate Change and how it effects Albertans.
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Heating infographic: How a price on carbon reduces emissions
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Electricity Infographic: How a price on carbon reduces emissions
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Transportation Infographic: How a price on Carbon decreases carbon emissions.
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The future of water conservation may require rethinking where we get our water, including using “direct potable reuse” aka “toilet-to-tap”.
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What once was old is now new again: Cities are installing water fountains to cut back on single use plastic.
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The Climate Atlas of Canada combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to bring the global issue of climate change closer to home for Canadians. It is designed to inspire local, regional, and national action that will let us move from risk to resilience.
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Making Sense of Climate Policy #Pembina
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Put out by the Pembina Institute:
"Solar energy systems in the form of panels installed on a single home or business, or as row upon row of panels in a public utility, are not the only options for those interested in solar electricity generation.

Community solar projects enable community members to share a partial stake in owning, leasing, or using electricity from a solar PV array. Community solar projects can be more financially and physically accessible than traditional rooftop installations, and offer economies of scale to compete with retail electricity prices.

There is a lot to consider when comprehensively planning a community solar project. This guide is for Albertans who want to, and renewable energy developers who can use it as an awareness tool when working with communities to develop such projects." #Pembina
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