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Saturday Oct 28, 2023

Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking

Hunter Student Commons Building

University of Calgary

460 Campus Lane NW

Calgary, AB T2N 1N4

GENERAL PROGAM (8:30 am - 7:00 pm) 8:30 - doors open, registration 4th floor HSC 9:00 - Welcome & opening Collision Space 4 floor HSC 10:00 - 11:30 #1 Breakout 3 sessions - 4th floor 12 pm - 1:30- Sustainability Career Mentor Cafe - Collision Space 1:00 - 2:30 #2 Breakout 3 sessions - 4th floor 1:00 - 3:30 #3 Breakout 2 sessions - 2nd Floor 2:30 - 4:30 - Marketplace of Ideas - Collision Space 4:30 - 5:00 - ClosingCollision Space - 4 floor 5:00 - 7:00 - Social (live artists)Collision Space - 4 floor HSC - Hunter Student Commons Collision Space - 4th floor HSC Breakout #2 - second floor HSC building

Ticket types • Free for anyone (at door) • Pay What You Can (at door) For financially secure particpants we suggest: • $10 single ticket - on line or at door • $15 family tickets - on line or at door We will accept 100% Calgary Dollars at the door.

Sessions, schedule and floor plan

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What is the Moving Mountains #climateconfluence ?

Moving Mountains is a climate confluence (a jamboree, a festival, a Chautauqua, an unconference, an outburst of innovations, a barn raising...) where doers, allies and leaders from across Alberta meet and intersect as they learn, and develop the tools and momentum to build their own climate solutions. Just as the just as Mohkinstis is the vital confluence of the Elbow and Bow rivers, our one day #Confluence hopes to be a forum that provides ample time to build relationships, learn new concepts, share experiences so that each of us will leave feeling encouraged to keep building for our collective future.

Moving Mountains' sessions and activities are a mixing place of ideas, learning, collaboration and community relationships built for you to 'choose your own adventure'. There are 4 blocks of programming to participate in from over the course of the day. You can choose just one block or all of them. Our goal is that you leave with tools to take action, deeper connections and a better understanding of your role in climate action.

What to expect

  • Build on connections with local and provincial climate leaders

  • Learn about how move your climate project to action

  • Take time for relationships, community care and encouragement

  • Learn new climate related projects and concepts around Alberta

  • Experience Indigenous land based knowledge, stories and history

  • Early access to the Arusha Climate Action Grant program.

  • Develop concepts and explore opportunities at the Marketplace of Ideas

  • Learn in peer based workshops

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