Missed the June 20 Webinar? The recording will be available below shortly.
Hosted by West Central Airshed Society and Alberta Capital Airshed
Join us, as we explore the relationship between climate change and air quality. This exciting panel of speakers will begin with short presentations tackling a variety of topics including energy transition, climate and air pollution. David Dodge, Andrew Read and Gary Redmond will then take part in a facilitated Q&A with live questions from the audience. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Want to catch recordings of previous 2022 Clean Air Webinars?
- February: How the Federal CAAQS Informs Air Quality
- March: Alberta’s Air Monitoring Plan – The Next Five Years
- April: Camrose Project – Community Science, Environmental Studies, and Flow2 Air Quality Sensors
- May: What to do About Wildfire Smoke and Poor Air Quality Days
Andrew Read is an Environmental Project Engineer with the City of Edmonton. Since graduating from the University of Alberta as a Chemical Engineer in 2006, he has gained extensive knowledge and experience of Alberta’s environmental policies through his past work at Alberta Environment and Parks and the Pembina Institute. Through his career he has been involved in the development and delivery of a number of environmental initiatives, including the introduction of Alberta’s Specified Gas Emitters Regulation in 2007 (the first carbon pricing policy in North America).
As an employee of the City of Edmonton’s Environment and Climate Resilience team, Andrew is involved in the implementation of Edmonton’s Community Energy Transition Strategy and the quantification and reporting of Edmonton’s community and corporate greenhouse gas inventories
For more information
Julie Kusiek, Engagement Coordinator
West Central Airshed Society