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The Energy Futures Lab is convening innovators and influencers to collectively address current and future energy challenges. Are you ready to play your part?

What is the Energy Futures Lab?

Forum

Leadership
Cohort

Inspire a 30- 40-strong cohort of emerging leaders to build trust and knowledge, share lessons, and take collective action.
Network

Organizational Engagement

Share lessons and knowledge among participating organizations and their stakeholders.
Channel

Public
Engagement

Spark a new energy future narrative that inspires dialogue on key issues and challenges.

MEGAN ZIMMERMAN

Business Development Manager, Renewable Energy & Technology, Calgary Economic Development

Alberta’s future energy system requires us to be bold, fearless leaders; to collaborate in ways we never thought possible, be transparent and deliberate storytellers and be balanced while considering the climate, people and economics.

FRESH FROM THE BLOG

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An Emerging Portfolio of EFL Initiatives

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No one ever said the transition to a new energy economy would be easy. From the very beginning, The Natural Step Canada (TNSC) was under a great deal of pressure to describe the impacts and outcomes of the Energy Futures Lab (EFL). We resisted prescribing a solution.

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Five Essential Capacities to Influence the Energy Transition: The Energy Futures Lab Leadership Bootcamp

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Navigating the interconnected web of issues surrounding energy, climate change and sustainable development is a complex task. Over the past year and a half, the Energy Futures Lab (EFL) has developed a platform for constructive dialogue and game-changing innovation.

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Doors Open for Energy Futures Lab Event this Week

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Leaders from government, business, not-for-profit, academia and indigenous communities will gather in Calgary for a special two-day event on October 19 and 20. Their objective: to share proposed solutions for solving Alberta’s most complex and pressing energy challenges.

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Chad Park: Six Suggestions for Alberta’s Climate Technology Task Force

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Chad Park, Energy Futures Lab Director offers his top six suggestions for Alberta’s Climate Technology Task Force, drawing on the experience and insights of the Energy Futures Lab so far.

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