Main page content begins here

Season Three: Bike Edmonton

“When you have a city that’s built to support people who want to walk and bike...you get a much happier, healthier city for everyone.”

Chris Chan has a vision of a future where everyone can get where they need to in a sustainable, affordable way. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable.

Curious? Learn more about Greg's vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

About the Series

Renewable is a video and story series about visionaries, creators, community leaders and above all else, Edmontonians, each with a unique vision of a sustainable future in the heart of Canada’s fossil fuel industry.

Follow us on Twitter @YEGclimate to find out when the next episode of Renewable is available.

The series has been recognized by both regional and international awards, including:

  • Rockie Awards (digital non-fiction series) - 2018 nominee
  • Webby Awards (online film and video - branded series) - 2018 & 2020 finalist
  • Telly Awards (webseries: documentary) - 2018 gold
  • Digital Alberta's Ember Award (best short film/documentary under 30 minutes) - 2018
  • Anvil Award (non-broadcast series award) - 2018
  • ACE Award (broadcast series award, advertising campaign distinction) - 2018 & 2019
  • AMPIA's Rosies Award (online film and video - branded series) - 2018 & 2019 nominee
  • SocialWest's #Hashtag Award for Best Social Media Campaign - 2019 honourable mention
  • Digital Alberta's Ember Award (Short Film / Documentary Series) - 2019
  • IABC Gold Quill Award (Audio-Visual) - 2020

Official Rockie Awards 2018 laurels

Microgeneration

“As we figure out these low carbon technologies there’s a real opportunity to add to people’s energy security, while we add to their environmental sustainability."

Greg Caldwell has a vision of a future where our energy is as resilient as it is renewable. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable.

Curious? Learn more about Greg's vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

Food4Good

“Food insecurity is fundamentally an income based issue. We have enough food that’s grown and distributed in the world, it’s not about not having enough food.”

Ashley Bouchard has a vision of a future where every community has access to healthy, sustainable food. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable. 

Curious? Learn more about Ashley's vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

Sundance Retrofit

“To us it checks all the boxes. It’s the most cost effective thing you can do long term as an owner-operator. It eliminates the use of fossil fuel which is a non renewable resource, and it mitigates climate change.”

Jean, Sandy, and Stewart have a vision of a future where we turn the buildings we have into the buildings we need. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable.

Curious? Learn more about their vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

Repairathon

“Repairing and mending are things that your grandparents or parents might have taught you, but it’s kind of skipped a generation.”

Kate Spencer has a vision of a future where we don’t buy what we can fix. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable.

Curious? Learn more about Kate's vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

Youth For Climate

"I feel like I didn’t really understand the power of protest that I have, and all citizens have, until last year when I started organizing these protests.”

Alyssa Tonnes and Luke Nelson have a vision of a future that’s worth marching for. Find out what that future looks like on this episode of Renewable.

Curious? Learn more about Alyssa and Luke's vision in our Change for Climate blog post and follow the conversation on Facebook.

Past Seasons

For more videos, check out Season 1 and Season 2 of Renewable.

Learn more about climate change, energy and our strategies for adaptation and resilience. Get tips on how to take action against climate change and reduce our impact on the environment.

Connect With Us!

For More Information

City Environmental Strategies

9th Floor Edmonton Tower
10111-104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
T5J 0J4

Telephone

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Email changeforclimate@edmonton.ca
Website http://www.edmonton.ca/ChangeForClimate
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/YEGclimate
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/YEGclimate

End of page content. Please choose between the following five options:

Back to main menu Back to current page menu and content View current page breadcrumb Back to site search Continue to page footer content