Climate Change Is Not A Spectator Sport
Tim Short is a Partner at Laszlo Energy Services and a father of three wonderful sons born in the early 2000s. At that time, news reports of ‘severe weather events’ were becoming the new norm, it seemed and with increasing frequency. As these severe weather events intensified in the next few years, his family decided to embark on a climate solutions journey. “We are still on our journey to bust our carbon emissions and have turned it into a personal crusade to share our learnings as much as we can with the community,” Says Tim.
From thermal solar water heating to biking and walking more, to not idling the family car so much to leaving the bath water in the tub after you’re done for a while to drawing the curtains closed on a hot summer sunrise to opening them up at the sunset, there’s something for everyone to make a difference. Nobody’s a spectator in this. Attend this webinar to learn how you can actively embark on your climate action journey.
Active Transportation: All Season Cycling Beyond Bike Friendly Signage
Municipalities are expanding their cycling infrastructure and have observed that bicycle use sometimes varies between seasons. Each season poses different challenges for a cyclist but there are ways to continue pedaling all year round. In this webinar, David Simor and Jennie Geleff from the Centre for Active Transportation will speak to cycling infrastructure including secure bike parking and highlight the most effective ways in which municipalities can encourage all season cycling beyond bike friendly signage.