Tuesday, 1 December 2015

EcoSask News, December 1, 2015

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Upcoming Events
City Energy & Sustainability Initiatives, Dec. 2
Chris Richards, the Energy and Sustainability Engineering Section Manager, City of Saskatoon, will be presenting on the work of his section, which includes combined heat and power, route optimization (fuel savings), and energy performance contracting at the Energy Management Task Force breakfast meeting on Dec. 2. He will also discuss some of the latest developments related to the City signing on to the Compact of Mayors and creating new corporate and community greenhouse gas emissions inventories.

North Commuter Parkway Development Hearing, Dec. 4
The Meewasin Valley Authority will consider an application from Graham Construction on the early work on the North Commuter Parkway at their regular meeting on Dec. 4. The public is invited to attend and make presentations.

Beginner’s Guide to the Inner Workings of Birds, Dec. 10
Peter Flood will explain why birds are as astonishing on the inside as on the outside at the 7:30 pm, Dec. 10, meeting of the Saskatoon Nature Society.

Christmas Bird Counts
Dec. 16 – Radisson/Borden
Dec. 19 – Clark’s Crossing
Dec. 20 – Qu’Appelle Valley Dam
Dec. 21 – Gardiner Dam
Dec. 26 – Saskatoon
Jan. 2 – Pike Lake
For more information, contact the Saskatoon Nature Society.

A full list of upcoming events can be found on the EcoFriendly Sask Calendar 

News
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society has taken a strong position on the Chaplin Wind Project

An Edmonton community association has invested in super-efficient LED rink and parking lot lights as well as a solar energy system

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