Scientists call for global neonics ban

Did you know that one in every three bites of food you take is made possible by the world’s friendly, fuzzy, pollinating bees? Without insect pollinators, our entire society would collapse – thats why scientists have made it their mission to protect … [Read more...]

Moncton’s one-stop-shop for reusable everyday items

Ez Eco is a Moncton-based pop-up shop which specializes in replacing … [Read more...]

More than 12,000 properties damaged during N.B.’s historic 2018 flood

It has been just over two weeks since the flood waters of the Saint John River retreated back to normal levels. The river was elevated from April 27 to May 18, affecting a total of 12,000 properties around the province and wreaking havoc on shoreline … [Read more...]

#BeatPlasticPollution this World Environment Day

Today is World Environment Day. Established by the United Nations in 1974, this year’s theme is #BeatPlasticPollution, an important environmental challenge for communities in New Brunswick and across the planet. We have a plastic problem in … [Read more...]

Canadian organizations challenge Canada to a zero plastic waste future

In Canada, nearly 90 per cent of plastics end up incinerated, or in our landfills, lakes, parks and oceans. Once in the environment, they contaminate ecosystems, kill wildlife, and leach toxic chemicals. It’s time for Canada to deal with its plastic … [Read more...]

Speaker series: Challenging mines and clearcuts in New Brunswick

Find out why so many people are concerned about clearcuts, forest spraying and the Sisson open-pit mine proposed in the heart of the Nashwaak watershed from Ramona Nicholas and Tracy Glynn at the Abbey Café (546 Queen St., Fredericton) on Wednesday, … [Read more...]

North Atlantic right whales spotted in N.B. waters

Twelve North Atlantic right whales have been spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the same busy channel where the critically-endangered species suffered catastrophic deaths last summer. The whale sightings, confirmed by the federal government on … [Read more...]

Take part in our EcoHomes tour, then take advantage of NB Power’s new energy efficiency programs!

Do you ever find yourself wishing you could live more efficiently, but not sure when or how to start making the transition? Good news! NB Power and the provincial government recently unveiled new programs to help homeowners and businesses lower … [Read more...]

A win-win: exploring the Bay of Fundy’s blue carbon potential

The mucky soil that squishes beneath barefooted beachgoers along the coastlines of New Brunswick could be a powerful … [Read more...]

Electric vehicle charging stations coming to some provincial parks

Our provincial parks will get a little greener this summer. NB Power and the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture recently announced the province’s electric vehicle charging network is expanding to include new stations at provincial parks … [Read more...]