Environment Week celebrates Alberta's environment. It is a great time to learn more about what you can do to help preserve and protect our environment. Your action counts! Participating in local Environment Week events is a great way to discover easy things you can do for the environment. The choices you make - big and small - really do make a difference.
Alberta’s Environment Week Theme: Climate Change
Much of the concern around climate change is the release of excess greenhouse gases from human activities into the earth’s atmosphere. Burning fossil fuels for energy is a major source of greenhouse gases. By conserving energy, we cut back on emissions of greenhouses gases and the impact on our climate.
Environment Week 2006 is a great time to start taking action on climate change:
Environment Week is June 4 to June 10, 2006.
Download the Environment Week 2006 Poster:
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Check out previous Environment Weeks: 2005
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