Finding Common Ground Bike Trip and Documentary

What is the future of energy in our changing climate?

Join the BRWA on a three day bike trip, Tuesday September 5th-Thursday Sept 7th, as we explore the current and future energy production in east-central Alberta. Be part of the 'bike team', or join us at one of our stops! 

How does energy production influence our social and economic fabric? How does climate change influence the way we produce and consume energy? These are some of the questions this tour will be asking. 

The bike tour will include visits to energy production sites such as:
-ATCO Battle River Generating Station (near Forestburg)
-Camrose Performing Arts Centre Solar installation
-Hardisty Tank Farms
-Biomass Production facility
-Wind Farms (tentative)

The exact route and stops will be determined soon. 
Guest speakers will join the tours at different stops to discuss and share persepctives on the future of energy, climate change, and what it means for our region. 

During the bike tour, film maker Alison Bortolon will be along to create a documentary film on the tour. The film, will show the highlights of the tour, and the perspectives and ideas that emerge. The the winter of 2017/2018, the video will be used to host community/club meeting discussions.

Want to be involved? Fill out the form below or contact Nathalie at 780-672-0276, or nathalie (at) battleriverwatershed.ca. Also, join the Facebook Event

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This project was made possible by the Government of Alberta Community Environment Action Grant.

 

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