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Hannah Moore

Fresh tomatoes in January, anyone?

New Brunswick PhD student’s ‘climate battery’ greenhouse grows fresh produce year-round The food we eat has a substantial impact on the environment, therefore sustainable food production is a fundamental aspect of addressing climate change. Eating locally grown food is a great way to support climate-smart agriculture, and to mitigate the environmentally-destructive impacts of large-scale food …

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Happy problem: Drive Electric NB’s rebate program was so popular it had to end early

Climate change is an issue that demands attention – and it looks like New Brunswickers are listening. In hopes of promoting a low-carbon lifestyle, Drive Electric NB and the New Brunswick Lung Association reintroduced their rebate program last July. The program offered New Brunswickers a $1000 rebate toward the purchase of a new or used electric …

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New local food campaign has all you need to eat good, feel good

The new educational campaign ‘Why Local? Why Not?’ from the Agricultural Alliance of New Brunswick (AANB) is here to bring fresh produce and appetizing recipes to your table! AANB’s newly launched website provides all the information you need to buy local year-round. It includes a monthly calendar of what’s in season, recipes and meal ideas that …

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Hard hats and work boots: energy efficiency could create 25,000+ jobs in New Brunswick

Election 2018: Ask candidates in your riding...Will you commit to aggressive investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy that will create good-paying jobs for tradespeople in New Brunswick? The transition to an energy-efficient economy would create more than 25,000 full-time jobs in New Brunswick and increase the provincial GDP by $4.9 billion over the next …

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“They put their own interests well above their neighbours”

Fundy Baykeeper, Environment Commissioner say governments need to up their game on aquaculture oversightElection 2018: Ask candidates in your riding...Will you commit to cracking down on pesticide use that threatens wild fish and critical fisheries, such as lobster and scallop, in the Bay of Fundy? Just weeks after Canada’s top environmental watchdog called for big …

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New Brunswick youth pushing for plastic bag ban

Election 2018: Ask candidates at your door...Will you protect our ocean, parks, rivers and lakes by committing to banning single-use plastic bags in New Brunswick? “Remembering to bring a bag to the store is as simple as remembering to bring your car keys to your car,” says petition founder, Lavallee Forbes. During a four-month exchange …

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“Their excitement about the potential for solar energy grew the more they learned”

Things are heating up at Saint John’s Social Enterprise Hub – it is now home to the largest solar project in the city. The 60-panel installation is expected to prevent about 15.6 tonnes of carbon pollution from entering the atmosphere each year by powering the Hub with solar power. But the project has energized a …

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