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“Pipelines, Tar Sands and the Climate” – Hosted by KW Chapter of Council of Canadians, Divest Waterloo, UW Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) and Faculty of Environment

Join us to help shape the vision for a Green New Deal for Canada.  Our keynote speaker is Dr. Gordon Laxer, political economist, founding director of Parkland Institute of Alberta and a specialist on pipelines, energy and the environment.  Following the lecture, Dr. Angela Carter, Assistant Professor, Political Science & Balsillie School of International Affairs Fellow, University of Waterloo, […]

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The Biggest Little Farm

Many of us have fantasized about it; cutting ourselves off from the hustle and bustle of the big city and escaping to a “simpler” life out in the country. But as much as we’d like to get closer to nature, nature is not always the most welcoming host. Filmed over the course of eight years, The […]

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6:00 pm

Nature Ramble at Huron Natural Area

June 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Huron Natural Area, Huron Natural Area, Trillium Drive
Kitchener, ON Canada
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This City of Kitchener property brings you nature in the city! (This is a Family Friendly Outing)

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11:00 pm

Africa’s Energy Revolution: Perspectives on Cleantech Entrepreneurship

Register for free tickets here.  An energy revolution is taking place in Africa. Powered by the increasing affordability of clean energy technology as well as the application of new business models, a range of innovative enterprises now deploy off-grid energy systems in places that the grid has failed to reach. They utilize IoT technologies for […]

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Green New Deal Town Hall – Kitchener

Join us for a town hall meeting to help shape the vision for a Green New Deal for Canada.  Our meeting is co-sponsored by the KW Chapter of the Council of Canadians, Divest Waterloo, University of Waterloo IC3 (Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change) and Faculty of Environment.  Our facilitator is Dr. Gordon Laxer, political economist, founding director […]

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Thank you for your interest, this event is SOLD OUT. Please see our events calendar for more events https://calendar.waterlooregionmuseum.ca/Default/Month?StartDate=06%2f01%2f2019In recognition of National Indigenous People’s Day, which falls on June 21 each year, the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum will host Phil Monture, from Six Nations of the Grand River. He will tell the story of […]

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