40th anniversary screening of Budworks in Fredericton with award-winning independent filmmaker Neal Livingston

Back-to-back film nights at Conserver House include Livingston’s most recent documentary on clean energy and fracking,100 Short Stories FREDERICTON — The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is pleased to host a pair of film screenings with … [Read more...]

EcoNews — A guided tour to greener living, how you can help our local bees, and great events to fill your June calendar

In this edition of EcoNews, we invite you to join us for an historic film on controversial spraying in New Brunswick's forests; we offer you a free passport to a low-carbon future with our upcoming N.B. EcoHomes tour; share a win-win opportunity for … [Read more...]

Film screenings in June: 40th anniversary of Neal Livingston’s Budworks, plus 100 Short Stories

The Conservation Council is hosting a pair of film screenings with award-winning independent filmmaker Neal Livingston on June 12 and June 13, including the 40th anniversary screening of Budworks, a film about the controversial, decades-long budworm … [Read more...]

Let’s turn to nature for solutions

Happy World Water Day! From the water crises in Cape Town, South Africa and Flint, Michigan to the countless drinking water advisories in First Nations across Canada, this 25th World Water Day looks different for the millions of communities across … [Read more...]

Free screening of Water Warriors tonight

In 2013, a multicultural group of concerned citizens led by members of the Mi’kmaq Elsipogtog First Nation joined together to stop Texas-based SWN Resources from conducting shale gas seismic testing in Kent County, N.B. Now four years later, we have … [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...]

Your EcoNews – fugitive methane exposed, fun for data junkies, and a serenade to salt water

In this edition of EcoNews, we bring you our recommendations for the federal government's Clean Fuel Standard proposal, share a new report that’s challenging the use of fracked gas as a ‘clean’ transition fuel, dig into the latest greenhouse gas … [Read more...]

New report challenges use of fracked gas as ‘clean’ transition fuel

A new study by the David Suzuki Foundation reveals methane emissions from B.C. oil and gas operations are at least 2.5 times higher than those reported by the B.C. government. The groundbreaking research shows that, rather than serving as a ‘clean’ … [Read more...]

Let’s close the door on shale gas development once and for all

We applaud the Gallant government’s decision to amend the Clean Environment Act to ban the disposal of fracking wastewater in municipal and provincial sewage treatment systems. The scientific studies behind the decision have long noted that municipal … [Read more...]

CCNB’s Lois Corbett on NB government’s decision to extend fracking moratorium indefinitely

Fredericton, N.B. … [Read more...]

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