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What We've Been Up To

To What Degree? Canada in a Changing Climate Launch

March 1, 2018
Created in partnership with the Government of Canada and Canadian Geographic, the public launch of LTE’s new travelling photographic display was held March 1 at Carleton University. This exhibit shares Canadian stories…some hopeful, some disheartening, all true – and all happening right now. The event was accompanied by a live panel discussion with the exhibition’s federal partners which can be seen here. Read more about To What Degree? Canada in a Changing Climate.

Google Hangouts with Women in Energy

February 17-24, 2018
In partnership with Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants, Let's Talk Energy hosted a series of energy themed Google Hangouts featuring women with various careers in the energy sector. To learn about these amazing women and watch their classroom discussions click here.

Talk Energy Week 2018

February 17-24, 2018
The biggest campaign of its kind in the country, Talk Energy Week offers balanced, fact-based events and programming in schools and communities across every province and territory. Talk Energy Week 2018 saw amazing events and programming in schools and communities throughout the country, and was a huge success! From Cool Science Saturday and giant energy floor maps to awesome energy and glacier videos, click here to see all the different ways we talked energy throughout Canada.

Livestream Panel Discussion 2018

February 20, 2018
The Talk Energy Week Live Panel Discussion for 2018 focused on energy in remote and Indigenous communities, and featured some amazing speakers offering their unique perspectives on the subject. Watch the discussion and read the conversation around it here.

Generation Energy Youth Summit and Forum

October 10-12, 2017
In collaboration with Student Energy and The Public Policy Forum, LTE hosted a youth summit at the Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg where youth gathered to share their own ideas as well as ideas brought from their respective communities, about Canada's energy future. LTE also facilitated a one hour livestream event where Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr joined youth in a panel discussion. Watch the live stream and read the conversation around it here.

On Thin Ice Expedition

December 14-16, 2016
LTE and Will Gadd descended into Alberta’s Athabasca Glacier to explore the effects of climate change on the glacier. The team was joined by Martin Sharp, a glaciologist from the University of Alberta who helped explain the impacts that climate change has had, and will have, on the area in general and the ice fields in particular. Read the article Join Will Gadd's quest to map a shrinking glacier here and watch some footage of the expedition here.