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Made-in-Alberta Newsletter Nov. 23, 2010

Nov. 23, 2010

1. “Climate Talks Part One” (4 min)
The world is meeting in Copenhagen in early December for the latest in a twelve-year quest for an international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stop global warming. Whether you believe in climate change science or not, these events signal permanent changes - already underway - involving energy, economy, environment and human rights. This week, in the first of a special series for this important time in history, Barb Allard explores “Climate Talks”.

2. Christmas at the Alberta Craft Council (4 min)
Watch this MIA from Season Two, a glimpse into the animated world of Alberta fine craft. The Alberta Craft Council is having a stellar 2009, with major international and local recognition. Join them on November 27 from 7:00 to 10:00 PM for their annual “Twas the Night” event and discounts, desserts, door prizes and divine Alberta fine craft exhibits. Tickets are $20.00 at the Gallery Shop, 10186 – 106 Street.

3. Copenhagen: Most Terrifying Video You’ll Ever See (10 min
... but only if you are deathly allergic to common sense. This YouTube phenomenon depicts a classic risk assessment technique applied to climate change solutions. With nothing fancy about the production at all, watch how YouTube is leveling the playing field for quality content.

4. Barb’s Field Notes: Climate Talks
I received emails requesting more information about Edmonton and renewable energy bylaws. I will let you folks know as soon as I can. In the meantime, please stay with us even if you are a non-believer in climate change. There’s plenty of good reasons to support and work for the solutions. A global economy based on values of conservation and respect for nature and each other; a high-tech society powered mostly through renewable energy - that’s not so bad, is it?

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