Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan and Non-Profits

June 12, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Federal Building, 2nd Floor
Federal Building
9820 107 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 1E4

Saving money and saving the environment? Yes, it can be done – and this event will show you how.

You might already know about the Climate Leadership Plan, the made-in-Alberta strategy that’s helping the province reduce its emissions and diversify its economy. But did you know that it’s also helping non-profit organizations save money in the process? For example, Energy Efficiency Alberta – which began rolling out programs in 2017 – has already supported 260 different non-profit organizations in Alberta through three different programs, while seven others have received grants. And it’s just getting started.

Now it’s your turn to tap into this support. At this exciting event you’ll get the chance to hear from Shannon Phillips, the Minister of Environment and Parks and the Minister Responsible for the Climate Change Office, and David Dodge, Board Chair at Energy Efficiency Alberta, to learn more about the opportunities that Energy Efficiency Alberta and the Climate Leadership Plan are creating for organizations just like yours.

About David Dodge

David Dodge is the producer and host of the multi-media series of more than 180 documentaries on green energy technologies, projects, entrepreneurs and leaders in Canada. David is also the Chair of the Board of Energy Efficiency Alberta, Co-chair of Edmonton’s Energy Transition Advisory Committee, a past president of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues and a past president of Evansdale Community League.

David is an environmental journalist and a photojournalist who has worked for or served on the boards of many non-profit organizations.

These days his passion is working on the advancement of clean energy and energy efficiency in Alberta.

David is an active volunteer in his own community league and over the last 20 years has served as a soccer and basketball coach, fundraising chair for playgrounds and community facility projects and today is the Director of Sustainability for Evansdale community league where he helped his league build a 26 kilowatt solar system that provides all of the league’s electricity on a net annual basis.