“ The website is great. I think members need to meet and decide on a couple of projects to work on. Could look to see what Edmonton is doing. I am interested in sustainable communities. use some ideas from City Repair. How can we advocate for less lawn, planting native species, vegetables, less water usage, chemical free care, getting people to walk instead of driving to the mailbox! or the library or the corner store. What about a group of families negotiating a deal for solar-panels. Calgary gets a lot of sunlight. What are we waiting for? Thanks for all your work Atul! ”
— on Nov 30, 2013.
“ I really appreciate this meetup for keeping me up to speed on local events which are open to the public and are related to sustainable development in the energy sector. ”
— on May 1, 2013.
“ Doing a great job sharing information that I don't get from other places. Keep up the great work Atul! :-) ”
— on Apr 27, 2013.
“ Others should join because nuclear energy use has huge consequences for Alberta. People need to be informed about it so they can join into the public discussion and not let commercial interests dominate the agenda ”
— on Oct 11, 2010.
“ The CAUSE meetup group is the only group of its type striving to do much more than other meetup groups in far more areas. We are trying to build a sustainable group of energy conscious advocates who read books, watch films, attend lectures/events, share and discuss what they learn with the rest of the group, so we can all help englighten the rest of the world. ”
— on Jan 8, 2013.
“ To break out of the myth fed to us by the mainstream that there's only one way to develop our electricity grid in Alberta. ”
— on Feb 11, 2010.
“ Support comes from knowing you're are not alone. Being with other like-minded people can be motivating. Open minds can learn a whole lot. ”
— on Oct 14, 2009.
“ Our company is SP Power Farm Group Ltd., and are based out of Surrey, British Columbia. We are an IP and OEM that have designed patented wind technology classified as "External Axis Wind Turbines". Simply put, the EAWT technology is based on support bearings being moved to the circumference of the turbine, which obviously is different than the conventional horizontal and vertical axis wind turbines that rely on a centre axis for support. ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Oct 16, 2013.
“ I was happy with the turnout most showed up. The no shows cancelled or gave legit excuses ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Jun 25, 2013.
“ To know more about environment, health, ethics and economy ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Mar 29, 2010.
“ i don't know enough yet about Cause Online, but I am very thankful for being alerted to last night;s event. ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Oct 26, 2010.
“ I ma new but I thought this was a good event and it is what drew me to connect. ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Sep 30, 2010.