Ignoring climate change is a risky venture

Volunteers fill sandbags near Fredericton during the St. John River flood of spring 2018. Water breached the banks of the river from April 27 to May 18, forcing thousands from their homes and damaging more than 12,000 properties. When we debate … [Read more...]

Comeau: carbon pricing just one tool in NB’s climate change toolkit

Louise Comeau, the former Director of Climate and Energy Solutions at the Conservation Council and current director of the University of New Brunswick’s Environment and Sustainability Development Research Centre, told the New Brunswick … [Read more...]

Join our free Webinar on Carbon Pricing Narratives in New Brunswick

Carbon pricing. For some people the idea triggers thoughts of positive solutions to climate change; for others, the words trigger thoughts of negative effects on personal costs and lifestyle choices; for many people, both responses are … [Read more...]

EcoNews – Let’s talk climate action, fish habitat & great trees

This edition of EcoNews covers the Conservation Council's responses to the report by the Select Committee on Climate Change and government strategies on local food and water protection. Also included here: information on how to make your views known … [Read more...]

A necessary tool for every tool box: CCNB’s Lois Corbett on federal carbon pricing announcement

Lois Corbett, Executive Director for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick recently spoke with Global News about our support of the federal government’s carbon pricing proposal. “We’ve recognized for a very long time that carbon pricing is one … [Read more...]