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EcoNews — Falling behind on climate action, helping you stand up for NB’s special natural spaces, and protecting the North Atlantic right whale in the months ahead

In this edition of EcoNews, we send the lovin’ right back to our awesome supporters who made our year-end fundraising drive so successful; we bring you our reaction to the progress report released today on the provincial government’s climate action plan; we encourage you to have your say on environmental spending priorities for the upcoming …

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EcoNews — Chock full of opportunities for you to make a difference

In this edition of EcoNews, we bring you some fantastic opportunities to be part of climate change and nature solutions, including a helpful guide to the province’s new portal for nomination protected natural areas, an innovative project about expressing how we feel about climate change through art, a heads up for an upcoming important day of charitable giving in the midst of the holiday shopping season, and more.

EcoNews — Building an affordable, reliable, and sustainable electricity, N.B.’s new Cabinet, and more

In this edition of EcoNews, we bring you an opportunity to take part in the challenges and opportunities of building an affordable, reliable and sustainable electricity system, our Executive Director gives you a rundown of New Brunswick’s new Cabinet under Premier Blaine Higgs’ majority government, we share the latest updates to our climate action portal, …

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EcoNews—Feds make good moves in Throne Speech, bad moves on NB’s heavy polluters

In this edition of EcoNews, we bring you our reaction to the federal government’s Throne Speech, delivered yesterday, which contained strong commitments on climate action, and our reaction to the federal government’s approval of N.B.’s heavy polluters pricing system, announced earlier this week, which was considerably weaker on climate action; we’re excited to share two …

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EcoNews Special Election Edition—New Brunswickers ready to vote for protected areas, forestry changes

In this special election edition of EcoNews, we bring you the results from recent polling we commissioned with ASF and CPAWS-NB showing New Brunswickers want their next government to move fast on creating new protected areas and banning glyphosate in our woods, among other actions; we bring you a questionnaire we’ve sent to all party …

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EcoNews Special Election Edition—Questions to ask your local candidates

With the New Brunswick general election coming up on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, we wanted to help you find out where your local candidates stand on the environmental issues important to you as a Conservation Council supporter. You’ve likely noticed things are a bit different this election. COVID-19 precautions mean most candidates won’t be knocking …

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