May 14, 2023
Community driven renewable energy projects that consider local needs are integral to meeting growing energy demand while reducing associated environmental impacts. Through its Renewable Skills Initiative, Iron & Earth partners with communities to build local capacity and develop innovative community-driven wind and solar energy projects. I had the incredible opportunity to coordinate this initiative over the past two years. Here's my story.
May 08, 2023
Your resume and cover letter need be in sync with the job you are after. Anna Kobb breaks down a typical job posting to help you give a potential employer the information that matters most.
Apr 25, 2023
Changing roles or careers isn't easy. Here's the lowdown to get you started.
Apr 21, 2023
What makes something “just” or “decent” is entirely subjective, but then again, what isn’t?
Apr 11, 2023
Register for our next employability skills session by June 22nd
Mar 27, 2023
Introducing our new Climate Career Blueprint. An interactive tool to help map out your transition to a career in the net-zero economy.
Mar 15, 2023
A career change was not the original plan, but the evolving renewables sector proved to be an ideal opportunity for Oksana
Mar 03, 2023
Clean tech growth and climate action measures in Canada and around the world will create additional jobs over the next decade.
Feb 27, 2023
As global decarbonization efforts gather momentum, much of Canada’s workforce braces for another economic transition that’s set to impact numerous industries, including oil and gas.
Iron & Earth was founded and operates on Indigenous land within Treaty Six Territory and Métis Region 4 in amiskwaciy-wâskahikan (in Nehiyawewin/Cree), so-called Edmonton. The home of many Indigenous Peoples including the Nehiyawak/Cree, Tsuut’ina, Niitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Haudenosaunee/Iroquois, Dene Suliné, Anishinaabe/Ojibway/Saulteaux, and the Inuk/Inuit.
We pay our respects to all Indigenous Peoples of this land. Through their spiritual and practical relationships with the land, a rich heritage for our learning and our life as a community has been created and maintained. We recognize that the transition to a low-carbon future must be led by Indigenous Peoples and that there will be no justice unless we acknowledge and repair our relationship with the land.
We are committed to responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action and upholding the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and acknowledge that we are always learning and unlearning practices that minimize harm and lead to the development of trust between us and Indigenous Peoples across Nations and urban centers.