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. … [Read more...]

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 … [Read more...]

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

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“They put their own interests well above their neighbours”

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Resilience by nature

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New Brunswick youth pushing for plastic bag ban

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Solar herd: check out N.B’s first solar farm on Open Farm Day!

This September, get a chance to see the provinces’ largest solar farm! As part of Open Farm Day in New Brunswick (Sept. 16, 2018), Auenland Farm will be holding an open house to let you see their solar operation first hand. After 35 years of dairy … [Read more...]

“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 … [Read more...]

Report calling for ecological forestry in Nova Scotia offers roadmap for better forest management in N.B.

A major review of forestry in Nova Scotia offers a blueprint for developing an ‘ecological forestry plan’ in the Bluenose Province — and containing many a lesson for New Brunswick’s old-fashioned approach to forest management. The report, carried … [Read more...]

Study shows fracking moratorium remains smart public policy

A study showing the impact of fracking wells on groundwater is yet another piece of proof that New Brunswick’s moratorium on hydraulic fracturing is sound public policy to protect drinking water and the health and safety of New Brunswickers. The … [Read more...]