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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It’s time for New Brunswick to listen to the evidence and ban glyphosate-based herbicides

Traditional territory of the Wabanaki Peoples/Fredericton — Every year, forest management companies spray glyphosate-based products over thousands of kilometres of New Brunswick forest, despite overwhelming public opposition fuelled by significant health and environmental concerns.  The provincial government remains steadfast in its refusal to ban these products in the face of immense public pressure and mounting

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International environmental groups slam Global Seafood Alliance’s salmon farming certification as misleading greenwashing

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick has joined several environmental and community groups in denouncing the Global Seafood Alliance’s (GSA) Best Aquaculture Practices Salmon Farm Standard certification as a greenwashing ploy used to protect the salmon farming industry – not wild fish or marine life.

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Federal Budget 2024: Generational fairness means protecting the environment

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is pleased to see the federal government taking measures to address the affordability crisis in the 2024 budget but is disappointed to see a dramatic drop in new climate-related spending. Additionally, critical issues like biodiversity, forest management, and freshwater protection were not given enough attention.

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