Eco Hero Award Winners

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Oct. 12, 2019 by honouring the New Brunswickers who have helped to make our work possible since 1969 at an awards gala at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton. The … [Read more...]

‘A different scenario than we’ve seen in the lakes’: Researcher says toxic blue-green algae found along vast stretch of Wolastoq river 

Anatoxins from cyanobacteria have been confirmed to be responsible for a dog’s death in Fredericton this month A public health advisory about cyanobacteria posted at the Carleton Park boat launch in Fredericton. Photo: Jon MacNeill UPDATE: The … [Read more...]

Our climate change and health special edition of EcoAlert Magazine is out!

This climate change and health special edition of EcoAlert Magazine shines a light on climate change's lesser-known public health consequences,  guides you through our 2nd Annual Eco Buildings Tour, celebrates the passage of Canada's new Fisheries … [Read more...]

New Brunswick Commission on Hydraulic Fracturing

Volume I: The Findings Volume II: Potential Economic, Health and Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Development Volume III: Compendium of Mitigation Options for Potential Human and Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Development … [Read more...]

Purchase your tickets to our Musquash Paddle today!

The Conservation Council's Fundy Baykeeper invites you to participate in a 10-km canoe or kayak paddle down the beautiful Musquash Estuary on Saturday, July 13th. This fun event allows you to meander down the river and see the vast salt marshes, … [Read more...]

Nominate Your Eco-Hero! Deadline: July 31

The Milton F. Gregg Awards are back and bigger than ever! The awards have been presented by the Conservation Council annually since 1981 to deserving individuals and organizations who have contributed to protecting New Brunswick’s environment. This … [Read more...]

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Why the rush to overturn fracking ban?

Commentary by Jim Emberger / Telegraph Journal 11 January 2019 Just before the holidays, Brunswick News interviewed Steve Moran, CEO of gas producer Corridor, Inc. This interview, and conversations that followed it, contradicted everything that … [Read more...]

2018 spraying hotspots near New Brunswick rivers

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Guest blog: A plea to the people of New Brunswick

Don’t let it happen. The Sisson Mine is a disaster we can’t afford. Every summer I go trout fishing on the Nashwaak river. Actually, I mostly go fishing on one of its tributaries. It’s a relatively healthy system, with no major dams and cold, clean … [Read more...]