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May
22
Wed
2019
Engaging Economies of Change @ Balsillie School of International Affairs, CIGI Campus
May 22 – May 25 all-day

Engaging Economies of Change

Canadian Society for Ecological Economics
12th Biennial Conference

Climate change, resource scarcity, deepening inequalities, volatile geo-politics and growing economic instability all threaten our wellbeing, now and in the future. These challenges require interdisciplinary economics research that is informed by real-world situations and creates useful solutions. This conference will explore the relationship between the economy, the environment and social justice in order to advance policy-relevant alternative economic models. The theme recognizes that many solutions already exist, and need to be understood and replicated. To accomplish this, partnerships between academics and front-line practitioners will be emphasized.

Rally to Stop The Cuts at Grand River Hospital @ Grand River Hospital
May 22 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Stop The Cuts at Grand River Hospital

Date: Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Time: 12:00 noon to 14:00 (2:00pm)
Where: At the front of GRH on King Street, Kitchener, Ontario Map

(final) Tech Talk: Impactful Technologies
May 22 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Wednesday, May 22 at 6:00 PM

This will likely be the last scheduled “Tech Talk”. It will be the 23rd meetup for Tech Talk since Feb 2017, so it’s been a good run with a lot of top…

Tech Talk

Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 6:00 PM

Tim Hortons
197 Frederick St Kitchener, ON

3 Hungry Minds Attending

Technology is taking off! And with a big enough impact on today and the future, to likely alter our world faster & in more ways than this planet has seen in its entire life span, it should be a relevant and interesting topic to discuss. What: General topic- technology. Specific topic varies monthly. Casual conversation, typically a few at a time, d…

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Stride Circle Training
May 22 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
May 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

May
23
Thu
2019
Book Launch: A Space for Race
May 23 @ 12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

Decoding racism, multiculturalism, and post-colonialism in the quest for belonging in Canada and beyond

Authors: Kathy Hogarth & Wendy L. Fletcher

When: Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 12:00pm
Where: Renison Atrium

Please RSVP to Karrie Cornies by email, or call 519-884-4404 x28591. 

Economics for a Burning Planet: Challenging the Logic of the Growth Economy @ CIGI
May 23 @ 7:00 pm

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015 as a collective action plan for UN Member States to ensure a more peaceful and prosperous world by 2030. Sustainable Development Goal 8 focuses on building sustainable economic growth, ensuring decent work for all, and addressing labour market inequality. However, in the context of a finite planet experiencing climate breakdown, some experts see inherent inconsistencies in this goal. A particular point of conflict is the idea that economic growth is necessary to address the imbalances that exist in access to the market. This panel, “Economics for a Burning Planet: Challenging the Logic of the Growth Economy,” will explore alternative approaches to sustainability that address the desired outcomes of SDG 8, including the ‘degrowth’ movement.

Dr. Leah Temper (Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University), Dr. Peter Victor (Author ‘Managing without Growth’), Dr. Deborah McGregor (Indigenous Environmental Justice, York U), and Indigenous Climate Action co-founder Eriel Deranger, will present four distinct perspectives on the notion of ‘sustainable and equitable growth’. These panelists bring extensive expertise and unique perspectives that inform potential solutions for both addressing the fundamental goals of the SDG, while also contesting the assumption that this can only be accomplished by further expanding the world’s economy.

Copies of Peter Victor’s second edition of his important work ‘Managing without Growth’ will be available for sale at the event, along with other key works from ecological economics.

This event is presented as the public keynote of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics (CANSEE) 12th Biennial Conference: ‘Engaging Economies of Change‘ in partnership with the Centre for International Governance Innovation and Power Shift WR.

Economics for a Burning Planet: Challenging the Logic of the Growth Economy
May 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015 as a collective action plan for UN Member States to ensure a more peaceful and prosperous world by 2030. Sustainable Development Goal 8 focuses on building sustainable economic growth, ensuring decent work for all, and addressing labour market inequality. However, in the context of a finite planet experiencing climate breakdown, some experts see inherent inconsistencies in this goal. A particular point of conflict is the idea that economic growth is necessary to address the imbalances that exist in access to the market. This panel, “Economics for a Burning Planet: Challenging the Logic of the Growth Economy,” will explore alternative approaches to sustainability that address the desired outcomes of SDG 8, including the ‘degrowth’ movement.
Dr. Leah Temper (Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University), Dr. Peter Victor (Author ‘Managing without Growth’), Dr. Deborah McGregor (Indigenous Environmental Justice, York U), and Indigenous Climate Action co-founder Eriel Deranger, will present four distinct perspectives on the notion of ‘sustainable and equitable growth’. These panelists bring extensive expertise and unique perspectives that inform potential solutions for both addressing the fundamental goals of the SDG, while also contesting the assumption that this can only be accomplished by further expanding the world’s economy.
Copies of Peter Victor’s second edition of his important work “Managing without Growth” will be available for sale at the event, along with other key works from ecological economics.
This event is presented as the public keynote of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics (CANSEE) 12th Biennial Conference: “Engaging Economies of Change” in partnership with the Balsillie School of International Affairs, the Centre for International Governance Innovation and Power Shift WR.

May
24
Fri
2019
Forest Plantation Naturalization @ rare Charitable Research Reserve
May 24 @ 9:30 am

Forest Plantation Naturalization

Description:

Friday, May 24, 2019
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Meet at Lamb’s Inn

Join us and help rare naturalize the plantations! The Thompson Tract plantation was planted in the 1980s, mostly with Black Walnut and White Pine. Plantations are rows of even-aged habitats which can compromise habitat biodiversity and are more susceptible to disease. As part of a Managed Forest Plan, the plantations are being restored to a naturalized forest habitat which includes a mix of native tree species and understory plants.

Thinning the plantation has opened up gaps in the canopy to facilitate understory growth. As a follow-up to the thinning, volunteer days will focus on increasing biodiversity by transplanting native trees and shrubs from the adjacent Indian Woods where there is a surplus of healthy saplings. This is a great opportunity for those looking to gain experience in ecological restoration and tree planting.

Cost: This event is FREE

Each volunteer day will have a morning (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m) and afternoon (1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.) session. Volunteers are welcome to sign up for one or both sessions.

 

http://raresites.org/things-to-do/events/?ee=444

Fridays for Future Climate Strike: Kitchener-Waterloo @ Waterloo Town Square
May 24 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Greta Thunberg in front of a crowd of people

This event is dedicated to building a youth voice to speak up for climate action in solidarity with Greta Thunberg and other young people across the world.

Join us on FRIDAY, MAY 24th from 12.30 to 1:30pm. The focus will be on youth, but all are welcome.

Kitchener-Waterloo Climate Save, RISE for Climate Waterloo, Divest Waterloo, and the local chapters of Citizens’ Climate Lobby and 350.org would like to facilitate and support youth climate strikes in our region for their future.

This event will be held in Waterloo on the 1st Friday of every month; the 24th is a world-wide protest!

Forest Plantation Naturalization @ rare Charitable Research Reserve
May 24 @ 1:30 pm

Forest Plantation Naturalization

Description:

Friday, May 24, 2019
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Meet at Lamb’s Inn

Join us and help rare naturalize the plantations! The Thompson Tract plantation was planted in the 1980s, mostly with Black Walnut and White Pine. Plantations are rows of even-aged habitats which can compromise habitat biodiversity and are more susceptible to disease. As part of a Managed Forest Plan, the plantations are being restored to a naturalized forest habitat which includes a mix of native tree species and understory plants.

Thinning the plantation has opened up gaps in the canopy to facilitate understory growth. As a follow-up to the thinning, volunteer days will focus on increasing biodiversity by transplanting native trees and shrubs from the adjacent Indian Woods where there is a surplus of healthy saplings. This is a great opportunity for those looking to gain experience in ecological restoration and tree planting.

Cost: This event is FREE

Each volunteer day will have a morning (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m) and afternoon (1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.) session. Volunteers are welcome to sign up for one or both sessions.

 
May
25
Sat
2019
Super Sweet Stride Retreat
May 25 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Click on the link to register.

https://stride.simplybook.me/v2/

 

How to Build a Rain Garden and Swale | Avenue Road Baptist Church Work Party
May 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Cambridge City Green MeetUp
Saturday, May 25 at 10:00 AM

Register at this link to let us know you’re coming!!https://reepgreen.ca/event/raingarden-swale/ WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION Join us for a work party where y…

How to Build a Rain Garden and Swale | Avenue Road Baptist Church Work Party

Saturday, May 25, 2019, 10:00 AM

465 Avenue Rd
465 Avenue Rd Cambridge, ON

1 be-the-change volunteers Attending

Register at this link to let us know you’re coming!! https://reepgreen.ca/event/raingarden-swale/ WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION Join us for a work party where you will learn how to build a rain garden that soaks up water and a swale to channel excess water off of your landscape. Come to observe or better still, pitch in to help us create a beautiful and nat…

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How to Build a Rain Garden and Swale | Avenue Road Baptist Church Work Party
May 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
Join us for a work party where you will learn how to build a rain garden that soaks up water and a swale to channel excess water off of your landscape. Come to observe or better still, pitch in to help us create a beautiful and natural solution to manage the water at Avenue Road Baptist Church. Natural features such as rain gardens and swales work together to soak up run-off and channel it safely away from danger zones to avoid overflow to neighbouring properties.
Click Here to Register
Join us anytime between 10am – 4pm, remember to wear closed toed shoes and dress for the weather! No requirements to join the party, everyone is welcome to help out! Nothing is required for participation except an appetite as our host will be providing food and refreshments for volunteers.
A TIMELINE OF THE DAY’S EVENTS
(times are approximate)

10:00 am – 10:05 am: Introduction by Executive Director Mary Jane Patterson
10:05 am – 10:20 am: Presentation about rain gardens and swales
10:20 am – 12:15 pm: Pitch in to construct the swale
12:15 pm – 1:00 pm: Break for lunch (will be provided)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm: Fine tuning of landscaping, planting, and watering
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Cleaning up

PRESENTERS
Michael Albanese, Certified RAIN Home Visit Guide, Reep Green Solutions
Michael Albanese is an experienced landscaper and master rain gardener who has worked with homeowners to address drainage problems and educate them about green infrastructure on topics such as rain gardens, permeable paving and rainwater harvesting. Michael graduated from University of Waterloo in the Geography and Environmental Management program.
TRANSPORTATION
We encourage you to use a sustainable form of transportation such as walking, cycling or carpool.
FUNDERS + PARTNERS

 

You @ Waterloo Day
May 25 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 am

Students with offers of admission to University of Waterloo are invited to attend a special open house with a focus on finding the right place to live! 

Come experience what residence life at Grebel is like! On-site applications to residence and interviews will be offered.

For more information email Rebekah DeJong, Student Life and Recruitment Coordinator, rjdejong@uwaterloo.ca

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What’s Passive House Design? | Energy Efficiency, Comfort & Affordability *New Date + Location*
May 25 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

With Germany, Belgium, Scotland and most recently British Columbia adopting Passive house (PH) as their building standard, it is quickly becoming the new normal all over the world. What do the houses that positively impact the environment look like? Join us in this talk to learn more about the housing of tomorrow!
What is Passive House?
Passive house (PH) is a building standard that achieves very high energy efficiency, high levels of comfort, high air quality with simple design and at an affordable cost! It began in 1990 and now with over 50,000 passive house designs built, PH has become the fastest growing near net zero standard worldwide.
Agenda
Date | Saturday, May 25th*
Location | Evovl1: Canada’s First Net Positive Office Building,  420 Wes Graham Way, Waterloo, ON*
Presentation | 1:30 p.m.
Q&A | 2:15 p.m.
Networking + Additional Questions | 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
 
Click Here to Register
 
Brad Durant P.Eng, CPHD, REA

A professional Civil Engineer since 1989 Brad started Home Front Professional Home Inspections in 2003. Always an advocate for energy conservation, Brad and his family of four moved into an EnergyStar built home in 2013 and installed rooftop solar PV which generates 95% of the electricity they use. Brad has studied high efficiency home design including Energystar, LEED, Netzero, and Passive House.
Committed to home efficiency, Brad has obtained the Registered Energy Advisor designation through NRCan to help homeowners reduce their energy use and carbon footprint. Brad has also completed the difficult course and exam to become a Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD) from the Passive House Institute in Germany. Brad believes “We can do Better” and Passive House standard is the simplest and best method.
To learn more about Brad’s work on passive house, visit his website, Facebook, and LinkedIn!
 
Transportation
We encourage the use of active transportation such as walking or biking. Evolv1 is close to the 200 bus stop and has bike parking and EV plug in stations. The building also has free parking available.
Photo Notice
By your entry, you consent to the possibility of being included in the footage and to the purposes for which it may be used: to publicize the event taking place in this area and/or to promote Reep Green Solutions. Individual participants will not be identified without their consent. Reep Green Solutions has exclusive rights to and ownership of this multimedia footage. Speak with the staff/volunteers if you would like to opt-out of appearing in photo/video. Contact communications@reepgreen.ca if you have questions or concerns.

Community Maker Night @ Waterloo Public Library - Main
May 25 @ 5:00 pm

WPL has partnered with the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics for a family-friendly, fun evening of making!

  • Saturday, May 25
  • 5:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Main Library (enter off Dupont Street using the Auditorium doors)
  • Registration not required

All ages are welcome to join us to explore ways to live waste-free while also improving quality of life. Hands-on workshops and activities include:

  • make your own beeswax wraps
  • community art project
  • games
  • make your own reusable bags
  • starting seeds
  • live music

… and more! 

 

https://www.wpl.ca/maker-night

May
26
Sun
2019
Food for Thought
May 26 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Sunday, May 26 at 1:00 PM

NOTE: NEW one time Location
A monthly discussion on how we see the world. What is important to us and how these values are reflected in society -…

Food for Thought

Sunday, May 26, 2019, 1:00 PM

Stephen’s Place
471 Thorndale Dr Waterloo, on

2 Hungry Minds Attending

A monthly discussion on how we see the world. What is important to us and how these values are reflected in society – locally and by the larger community. All points of view are welcome. Note: we have cats and dogs

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Education Town Hall @ Jacob Hespeler S.S.
May 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sunday May 26th – 2 to 4 pm | An opportunity to ask local MPPs about changes to public education.
All members of the public welcome! | Jacob Hespeler S.S. | 55 Holiday Inn Dr. Cambridge | Invited Panellists |     Amy Fee (PC), Kitchener South–Hespeler |     Catherine Fife (NDP), Waterloo |     Mike Harris Jr. (PC), Kitchener–Conestoga |     Belinda Karahalios (PC), Cambridge |     Laura Mae Lindo (NDP), Kitchener Centre |     Mike Schreiner (Green), Guelph

Sunday May 26th – 2 to 4 pm

An opportunity to ask local MPPs about changes to public education.

All members of the public welcome!

Jacob Hespeler S.S.
355 Holiday Inn Dr. Cambridge

Invited Panellists

  • Amy Fee (PC), Kitchener South–Hespeler
  • Catherine Fife (NDP), Waterloo
  • Mike Harris Jr. (PC), Kitchener–Conestoga
  • Belinda Karahalios (PC), Cambridge
  • Laura Mae Lindo (NDP), Kitchener Centre
  • Mike Schreiner (Green), Guelph
The X-Page Presents: “Quilt of Stories”
May 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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During a 12-week writing and performance workshop facilitated by local professional artists, 19 refugee and immigrant women from Waterloo Region each developed a personal narrative. They then worked collaboratively to bring their individual stories together into a cohesive presentation to be shared publicly.
A reception will follow the performance.
This event at the BSIA/CIGI Campus is being hosted by the International Migration Research Centre (IMRC).
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The X-Page Presents: “Quilt of Stories”
May 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

During a 12-week writing and performance workshop facilitated by local professional artists and hosted at the Centre for Peace Advancement, 19 refugee and immigrant women from Waterloo Region each developed a personal narrative. They then worked collaboratively to bring their individual stories together into a cohesive presentation to be shared publicly.

Join us on May 26, 2019 at 2:00 pm to hear their stories.

A reception will follow the performance.

Register for this event here.

May
27
Mon
2019
Spring E-waste Drop-off Initiative @ EV2
May 27 @ 9:00 am – Jun 7 @ 4:00 pm

Central Stores has announced an e-waste initiative just in time for spring cleaning! As in the past, the MAD Studio (EV2-1003) will have bins available to drop off items. Starting Monday, May 27th through to Friday, June 7th, you can drop off UW-owned e-waste between the hours of 9:00-11:30am and 1:30-4:00pm (M-F). If you require a cart to transport your equipment, please contact the MAD Studio to borrow one. If you are dropping off a computer, please submit an RT first, as the old data needs to be removed before recycling the computer, and make sure you have backed up all old files.  

This two week initiative will provide the opportunity for your department to clear out space-consuming electronic waste and other surplus items. Please take advantage while you can!

Please note that all faculty, staff and students are invited to drop off personal e-waste items at our Central Stores (263 Phillip Street, Waterloo) at any time throughout the year (M-F) from 7:00am to 4:00pm.

For a complete list of acceptable e-waste items, visit the Central Stores E-Waste Program. 

Perspectives On Healing
May 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click on the link to register.

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/perspectives-on-healing-tickets-61166102459

May
28
Tue
2019
Philosophication
May 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Tuesday, May 28 at 6:00 PM

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) lis…

Philosophication

Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 6:00 PM

Queen Street Commons Café
43 Queen Street South Kitchener, ON

2 Hungry Minds Attending

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) listed below, with room for conversation flow. Topic: TBD (up for suggestion) -Some potential topics are on the “Message Board” under the “More” tab, here: https://www.meetup.com/KW-Hungry-Minds/messages…

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85 Queen: An Evening with Timea Nagy and Shannon Moroney @ Kitchener Public Library
May 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Two pictures of Timea Nagy and her book
Registration required and opens Tuesday, May 7 at 9 am

-presented in partnership with Community Justice Initiatives

Timea Nagy was twenty years old when she answered a newspaper ad in Budapest, Hungary, calling for young women to work as babysitters and housekeepers in Canada. Hired by what seemed like a legitimate recruitment agency, Timea left her home believing she would earn good money to send back to her family. What she didn’t know was that she’d been lured by a ring of international human traffickers — and her life would never again be the same.

Upon her arrival in Toronto, she was forced into sex labour in some of the city’s seediest nightclubs, starved and controlled by her agents, and brainwashed to believe she was to blame for her situation. The only way she’d be free was when her debt was paid — but, no matter how hard she worked, that debt seemed only to go up, not down.

Out of the Shadows is a gripping, heartbreaking and eye-opening journey deep into the underworld of human trafficking and the sex trade, told in riveting detail by one brave survivor. At once tragic and powerfully redemptive, Timea Nagy’s story is one that will stay with you long after you’ve read the last page.

TIMEA EVA NAGY is a human trafficking survivor, author, educator, inspirational speaker andone of the most recognized advocates against human trafficking in the world. She is the founder of Timea’s Cause, a corporation dedicated to the rehabilitation of sex slavery victims and to anti-trafficking education and training for the public, major banks, law enforcement teams and other front-line professionals. Timea lives outside Toronto with her family. Visit her at www.timeanagy.com

SHANNON MORONEY is the bestselling author of Through the Glass, which chronicles her journey following the violent crimes and incarceration of her first husband. Recognized in the top ten list of books at the World Empathy Library, she is a recognized advocate of restorative justice, a powerful speaker, and a transformative facilitator, leading workshops and retreats for people and communities overcoming trauma. Shannon lives in Toronto with her family. Visit her at www.shannonmoroney.com

Book signing to follow. Copies of the authors’ book will be available for purchase .

All Natural Bath and Body products available for purchase from Timea’s Cause Inc and “Words From the Heart” greeting cards from Shannon Moroney.


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As our events are free, it is our policy to overbook. In case of a full program, your reservation may not guarantee admission. We recommend that you arrive early.

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