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Climate Resilience Express

  Are you concerned about how a changing climate might affect your community?   Welcome to the Climate Resilience Express – a DIY guide to preparing a climate action plan for your community. We will guide you through the steps to prepare for and present a one-day workshop to get decision-makers onboard for the kind of climate you might expect for your region. Together, you will assess your key threats and opportunities to your economy, infrastructure, services, health and lifestyle of your residents. ...

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Resilient Community Projects

Our climate will continue to change for the foreseeable future, giving rise to significant impacts for infrastructure, public services, economic activity, the environment and people — be it through more intense rainfall and flooding, ice and snow storms, hail, wind, wildfires, drought and increased strain on water resources, or uncomfortably high temperatures. Explore this projects page for reports, workshop materials and a step by- step primer to help your community start planning for a changing climate. ...

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Energy Angels

All One Sky Foundation is partnering with The City of Calgary Seniors Services program to help weatherize the homes of low-income seniors. We raise funds for water-efficient faucets and shower heads, weather stripping, window vinyl, CFL light bulbs and on occasion, new doors. The City installs the hardware.  Seniors save an average $260 per year on utilities. ...

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Energy Poverty

There’s a little-known yet widespread form of poverty in Alberta: it is energy poverty, the inability of financially-strapped families to properly heat and power their homes at a reasonable cost. About 455,000 Albertans live in energy poverty — or one in six households. ...

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