Drawdown Alberta

Climate Solutions to Build a Resilient & Thriving Alberta

Drawdown Alberta strives for implementation of the Project Drawdown climate solutions with and within communities to build a resilient & thriving Alberta.

Moving Climate Solutions Forward

Albertans of all ages, backgrounds and interests – wherever they live in the province – can help move climate solutions forward.

If you’re concerned about climate change but don’t know what you can do about it, knowledge and solutions already exist.

Collaborating Together

To implement the solutions, it’s a question of us working together.

The sooner we do this, the better for our province’s environment and economy, and our own health and well-being.

About Drawdown Alberta

Drawdown Alberta communicates to Albertans who are concerned about climate change. We provide information on how Project Drawdown solutions apply to Alberta, and what groups are already working to make those solutions a reality.

From Drawdown Toronto (January 2022)

Drawdown Toronto presented an evening with Paul Hawken in partnership with Drawdown Alberta, Drawdown BC and Water Docs. The event marked the end of the ReSurge: Canadian Film Festivals for a Liveable Climate, organized by WaterDocs/Ecologos.

From the Calgary Climate Hub (April 14, 2021)

As part of The Climate of Change series from the Calgary Climate Hub, a panel from Drawdown Alberta shared how the initiative was started and why they were inspired to participate.

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 30th is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Here are some links to information that may be of interest to those wanting to learn more about Indigenous Peoples, Rights, Treaties, Residential Schools, the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Calls for Justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.