Inspire about 60-strong cohort of emerging leaders to build trust and knowledge, share lessons, and take collective action.
Share lessons and knowledge among participating organizations and their stakeholders.
Spark a new energy future narrative that inspires dialogue on key issues and challenges.
Our energy future requires us all to realize that, whether or not we work in the energy sector, we are part of the energy system. As producers, consumers, conservers and change-makers, and we must work together to achieve what the future requires of us; renewable and non-renewable; Indigenous and non-Indigenous; the solutions will require collaboration which transcends polarizing viewpoints.
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The Energy Futures Lab is an Alberta-based, multi-interest collaboration designed to accelerate the development of a “fit for the future” energy system. It brings together a cohort of influential leaders to address current and emerging energy challenges, and generate opportunities for new initiatives and collaborations.
2018: A Good Year
Last year was a good year at the EFL. While our team is conscious that there is much to achieve in 2019, let me take a moment to acknowledge a number of accomplishments in 2018. The EFL was recognized as one of the Clean50’s Top 20 projects in Canada for 2018 for its outstanding contribution to clean capitalism. This recognition is grounds for pride in our work and evidence of the unique potential of The Natural Step Canada’s Sustainability Transition Labs overall.
On Tuesday this week, I was interviewed by host Laura Lynch on CBC Radio One’s Vancouver morning show, the Early Edition, for a segment about Alberta. The experience of the interview has me thinking a lot about the challenges we need to overcome in Canada to address energy and climate issues together.
The increasing drive towards a low-carbon future is demanding that we look differently at the way we live, eat, commute, and transport goods.