How to Talk about Climate Change

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Castell Building (Old Central Library)

616 Macleod Trail Southeast

Calgary, AB T2G 2H3

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Climate change can seem like a polarizing subject to talk about, but it doesn’t need to be. The good news is most Albertans have similar values and are open to the right language and messenger. This presentation and discussion, with insights from the Alberta Narratives Project, will provide you with the tools and confidence to have productive conversations about this important issue.

This session will be led by Pat Letizia, Alberta Ecotrust Executive Director.

Pat is known for her enthusiasm and candor, and is an ardent champion for the environment and the voluntary sector. She has been with the foundation since 1996, prior to which she completed a Bachelor of Science Honours degree at the University of Calgary while raising 3 young children, carpooling, volunteering for several organizations and holding down a part-time job. She inherited some of her drive and independent spirit from several generations of Alberta homesteaders.

She has significant experience in local, provincial and national arenas of environmental philanthropy and non-profit program development, and is regularly invited to contribute her ideas and expertise in a range of advisory and leadership roles. Under her leadership, Alberta Ecotrust has grown significantly in both financial assets and community impacts.

This public talk will begin at noon. Light lunch will be served. Location is the Calgary Power Reception Hall in the Calgary Municipal Building. Please arrive 10 minutes early to be seated.

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Castell Building (Old Central Library)

616 Macleod Trail Southeast

Calgary, AB T2G 2H3

Canada

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