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Sensitive Marine Ecosystems Threatened by Energy East’s ‘Aquatic Pipeline’

New Report Shows Energy East Pipeline A Massive Threat to Atlantic Canada and U.S. Marine Resources Canadian Groups Call on Federal Government to Reject Pipelines, As New U.S.Led Campaign Calls for National Tar Sands Dilbit Tanker Ban July 26, 2016, Saint John—A new report released today by the US – based Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), […]

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The stories and photos are flooding in! Tell us how post-tropical storm Arthur affected you…

Do you remember post-tropical storm Arthur? The July 2014 extreme weather event left 195,000 households without power for as much as a few days to two weeks because winds of 100 km/hour and heavy rain knocked down trees and power lines. How did you experience post-tropical storm Arthur? Did you lose power, have enough food,

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Atlantic Citizens’ Assembly on Electricity Affordability and Energy Poverty

Would you like to participate in a Atlantic Citizens’ Assembly to make recommendations to federal and provincial governments and utilities on how to keep electricity affordable and eliminate energy poverty, while eliminating carbon and air pollution from the electricity system?

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EcoNews — Energy poverty campaign launch, the issues with a weak water strategy review and the problem with hydrogen

In this edition of EcoNews, we counter the Alberta government’s misinformation campaign against the federal clean electricity regulations, share our thoughts on New Brunswick’s new energy plan and delve into why a failed U.S. SMR project should be a warning sign for New Brunswick’s nuclear energy plans. Additionally, our citizen’s engagement officer, Madiha Kantroo, shares her story of climate disaster in the Kashmir region. We also send a thank you to our fantastic donors and supporters and welcome another two members to the Conservation Council team!

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‘Switch on Hope’ Energy Poverty Campaign – Launch Event

Join us for an unforgettable evening at the Carleton Community Centre  in Saint John on Saturday, Feb. 24. Experience the highly anticipated debut of two music videos with songs created by local youth with help from local musician Matthew Elliott, also known as STEPHEN HERO and David R. Elliott. 

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New Brunswick government’s water strategy review drowns in vague commitments and shifting targets

 

In a welcome move, the New Brunswick government has revoked American Iron and Metal’s licence for its Saint John scrapyard. But given the company’s history of flouting regulations, why did this take so long, and what’s being done to prevent similar incidents from happening again?

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Turning Emotions into Action: Conservation Council of New Brunswick Collaborates with Artists to Drive Climate Change Awareness

We are pleased to welcome Karen LeBlanc, Ji Hyang Ryu, Anne and Kim Stilwell, Nadia Francavilla and Teresa Devor Hall to our From Harm to Harmony Community Engaged Artist in Residence and Mentorship Program.

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