In Part Two of this three-part blog series, Donna Kennedy-Glans introduces the “Sustainability Scorecard” and “Measure of Integrity” tools.
Our Energy Futures Lab Fellows, Convenors, Steering Committee, Advisory Council, Sponsoring Partners and The Natural Step team have deep roots in Alberta.
The EFL Vision Statement represents a major step forward for the lab and the addition of 11 Innovation Pathways will organize and coordinate the work of the Lab moving forward.
In the final installment of Chad Park’s interview with Tzeporah Berman and Toby Heaps, the group discusses specific considerations and opportunities for Alberta’s energy future.
Following last month’s GLOBE Conference in Vancouver, Energy Futures Lab Director Chad Park caught up with two members of the Energy Futures Lab Advisory Council, Tzeporah Berman and Toby Heaps. This is Part Two of their conversation.
Following last month’s GLOBE Conference in Vancouver, Energy Futures Lab Director Chad Park caught up with two members of the Energy Futures Lab Advisory Council, Tzeporah Berman and Toby Heaps, both of whom had important roles at GLOBE and its surrounding events.
As a fourth generation Albertan and Manager of CSR & Sustainability at Enbridge, Energy Futures Lab Fellow MaryAnn Kenney has a deep understanding of the energy system here and respects “everything that the individuals and companies have built to create the current energy system.”
Can we credibly explore the energy transition in Alberta and not visit Fort McMurray? Next month the EFL Fellows are coming together for their third in-person workshop. This time they are setting aside their busy schedules and journeying to the city that in many ways is a ground zero for the big issues and debates about the province’s energy future.