Who Are Albertans, Anyway?

Albertans are supportive of an energy transition. What they want is a real discussion about pace and timing.

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The Report
Our “Engaging Mainstream Albertans” report summarizes public opinion research about Albertans—who they are and what they think—and includes tips for communicators. Click below to view and download the report.
Webinar Recap
In February 2023, Re.Climate hosted a panel discussion with political scientists Dr. Jared Wesley and Dr. Melanee Thomas and political pollster Janet Brown, unpacking how Albertan identity, values, and beliefs impact support for climate action and energy transition. Here’s some of what we heard.

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Climate change and social equity cannot be separated.

What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2022?

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