Reading and artist talk: New Brunswick author invites you to tackle eco-anxiety with a poetic odyssey on the Bay of Fundy

While the world struggles to come to terms with the growing problem of “ecological grief” in the face of the climate crisis – whether it’s the mind-numbing fear of crop-killing droughts, black-outs caused by ice storms, or the slow realization that … [Read more...]

Sign up for this year’s Smart Shift Summit! Spend this March 27th &28th learning about green opportunities!

Spread the word! Connect with one of the many New Brunswick organizations working to inspire with new and innovative opportunities stemming from cost-effective reductions to greenhouse gasses, an electrified economy and a sustainable infrastructure … [Read more...]

What a year! Progress made on key issues in 2016

This past year, CCNB made bigger waves than even our beautiful Bay of Fundy could muster! None of it would have been possible without your support. It's people like you that help CCNB find practical solutions to help governments, businesses and … [Read more...]

National Energy Board announces new panel members to review Energy East pipeline

The National Energy Board (NEB) of Canada has announced its new three-member panel to review the Energy East pipeline, the largest of its kind ever proposed in Canada. Don Ferguson, a former senior civil servant in New Brunswick, will head the … [Read more...]

EcoNews – Let the fish & science flow!

This edition of EcoNews includes great news for the Petitcodiac River, Louise Comeau on making the NB government carbon neutral by 2030, the Fundy Baykeeper on protecting the Bay of Fundy from the Lake Utopia pulp mill, and a charming video of the … [Read more...]

“Together, we can be a part of the global energy revolution,” Dr. Louise Comeau

The Conservation Council’s Director of Climate Change and Energy Solutions, Dr. Louise Comeau wrote a commentary, published in Telegraph Journal, rallying New Brunswickers to do their fair share and support the Conservation Council’s recently … [Read more...]