The CCNB Blog

Strengthened federal climate plan and 2030 targets require immediate revamp of provincial climate plan and NB Power’s 2020 Integrated Resource Plan

Click here for our letter-writing tool to help you tell Premier Higgs and Minister Holland you want an affordable, reliable, and sustainable electricity system in New Brunswick Unceded and unsurrendered Wolastoqey/Mi'kmaq/Peskotomuhkati … [Read more...]

NB Power plan to run coal, oil and natural gas plants until 2040 out of step with climate change reality

Public utility's newly-released Integrated Resource Plan fails to deliver affordable, renewable electricity and won't protect citizens from health and extreme weather impacts of climate change Unceded and unsurrendered … [Read more...]

An Atlantic Electricity Vision for an affordable, reliable, sustainable future

By: Louise Comeau, Stephen Thomas, Gurprasad Gurumurthy, Daniel Nunes of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and Ecology Action Centre's Atlantic Electricity Vision Project Today, new wind and solar projects are the cheapest forms of … [Read more...]

Give the gift of a gift membership today!

Giving a Gift Membership this holiday season is an exciting new way you can support our work and give the gift that makes a difference all year long! Gift Memberships help achieve our goal of a vibrant, healthy and sustainable New Brunswick, and … [Read more...]

It’s GivingTuesday. Feel Good With Your Donation to Our #BuildBackBetter Campaign

Today, you can help us hit our GivingTuesday goal of raising $2,000 for a better New Brunswick. This GivingTuesday, we’re counting on you to help energize the Conservation Council’s #BuildBackBetter campaign— our plan to ensure pandemic recovery in … [Read more...]

Think local. Support local. Buy local, this holiday season

FREDERICTON — The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is reminding moms and dads that they have a free, easy-to-use service right at their fingertips chock full of wonderful, local gifts that will make any recipient feel warm and fuzzy this holiday … [Read more...]

Call to action: Nominate your favourite natural area for protection!

Check out the nature candidates for protection in your area The provincial government has launched its online portal where New Brunswick citizens, Indigenous peoples, and conservation groups can nominate the natural places they love for … [Read more...]

How might we express our ideas or feelings about climate change through art?

How might we express our ideas or feelings about climate change through art? We are inviting our members and supporters to participate in an innovative project facilitated by community-engaged artist Juliana Bedoya who will guide you through a … [Read more...]

Sylvie Fournier wins 6th Annual Beth McLaughlin Environmental Journalism Award

Sylvie Fournier, a Montreal-based journalist with Radio-Canada's Enquête program, is this year’s first-place recipient of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick South East Chapter's Annual Beth McLaughlin Environmental Journalism Award. Sylvie … [Read more...]

Webinar: Do you want to know more about what causes climate change, and what we can do about it?

Do you want to know more about what causes climate change, and what we can do about it? Join the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s Lunch and Learn webinar  December 8th, noon to 1 p.m. The Basics of Climate Change with Louise Comeau, … [Read more...]