Edmonton is honoured and uniquely suited to host the CitiesIPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference. At a time when the world is striving to build low-carbon economies, Edmonton is a full participant in this movement.
Edmonton is the capital city of the province of Alberta and the fifth largest city in Canada with a population of almost one million people. The City is taking significant action on climate change by taking a science based approach to the climate change risks that are ahead, by introducing energy efficiency programmes, and by catalyzing investment in renewable energy.
From art lovers and nature lovers to history buffs and foodies, Edmonton is full of activities, events and sightseeing opportunities sure to satisfy anyone.
The City of Edmonton is proud to host the 2018 Cities and Climate Change Science Conference. We want to be sure all citizens and visitors get in on the discussion about climate change so we’ve planned some exciting community events.
The City of Edmonton is available to lend assistance to any science or policy-related organization interested in hosting their own event in Edmonton. If you’re considering having a workshop, seminar or other event that will complement the Cities and Climate Change Science Conference, consider hosting your event in Edmonton, Alberta.
Read some of the Frequently Asked Questions to find out more information on traveling to the CitiesIPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference.