“New Brunswick needs to dramatically up its game” — Corbett on draft report to protect water

Attention News Editors: Lois Corbett, Executive Director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, issued the following statement about the Department of Environment and Local Government’s draft discussion document, A Water Strategy for New … [Read more...]

Herbicide spraying within municipal drinking water supply areas

As forestry companies continue to spray glyphosate-based herbicides across the province this month, we've taken an in-depth look at exactly how much spraying is happening within the drinking water supply areas of some New Brunswick … [Read more...]

Where our forest is being sprayed this summer

The map showing where the forests will be sprayed with herbicides during summer 2017 is now available. Forestry companies spray large swaths of clearcuts with products containing glyphosate — a chemical linked to cancer and a slew of other health … [Read more...]

Climate change has no borders: Conservation Council attends 24th CEC meeting

On June 26, the Conservation Council’s Executive Director, Lois Corbett took a trip to Charlottetown, P.E.I., with Freshwater Intern Kaleigh Holder and Summer Student Coordinator Jimy Beltran, to attend the 24th Council Session of the Commission for … [Read more...]

EcoNews — Your Canada Day, hit the beach edition

In this Canada Day edition of EcoNews, we get you ready to beat the heat and hit the beach with stories about: the first-ever Canada Beach Report and what it tells us about the health of our cherished waterways; our take on the Auditor General's … [Read more...]

Sign up for this year’s Smart Shift Summit! Spend this March 27th &28th learning about green opportunities!

Spread the word! Connect with one of the many New Brunswick organizations working to inspire with new and innovative opportunities stemming from cost-effective reductions to greenhouse gasses, an electrified economy and a sustainable infrastructure … [Read more...]

Climate change a pressing reality for St. John river – here’s how!

A new report warns increased ice-jam flooding, contaminated well fields and sewage overflows are possibilities arising from climate change on the St. John river. Senior freshwater specialist Simon Mitchell from the World Wildlife Fund has been … [Read more...]

What a year! Progress made on key issues in 2016

This past year, CCNB made bigger waves than even our beautiful Bay of Fundy could muster! None of it would have been possible without your support. It's people like you that help CCNB find practical solutions to help governments, businesses and … [Read more...]

EcoNews – The Happy New Year 2017 edition!

This first January edition of EcoNews has our eagle-eyed Tracy Glynn writing about poor forest practices and their impact on our fine-feathered friends. We drill down into the National Energy Board's new review panel on the proposed Energy East … [Read more...]

Press Release: Statement by Conservation Council’s Matt Abbott on announcement to restore the Petitcodiac River

PRESS RELEASE Statement by Conservation Council’s Matt Abbott on announcement to restore the Petitcodiac River Dec 16, 2016 (MONCTON) -- Today’s announcement is a testament that successful restoration can be accomplished with strong, smart … [Read more...]

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