EcoNews — Amplify our call for a #BetterThanNormal recovery in NB!

In this edition of EcoNews, we welcome you to add your voice alongside the hundreds of New Brunswickers who have already joined our call for a #BetterThanNormal economic recovery in N.B.; our executive director reports on a new study from top … [Read more...]

Groups cheer on Milltown Dam Removal, St. Croix River Restoration as fish start spring migration

May 12, 2020 — Indigenous Nation and NGOs representing thousands of people in Maine and New Brunswick are united in support of NB Power’s decision to remove the Milltown Dam, the oldest hydroelectric facility in Canada, and restore free flow to the … [Read more...]

Preparing for #BetterThanNormal

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is marking Earth Week by calling for an economic recovery plan for New Brunswick that ensures our communities are more secure, safe, healthy and resilient in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and as citizens … [Read more...]

Preparing for #BetterThanNormal: Conservation Council sends input on economic recovery plan for safer, healthier, more resilient New Brunswick in open letter to Premier Higgs

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick marked Earth Week by calling for an economic recovery plan for New Brunswick that ensures our communities are more secure, safe, healthy and resilient in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and as citizens … [Read more...]

Preparing for #BetterThanNormal: Conservation Council sends input on economic recovery plan for safer, healthier, more resilient New Brunswick in open letter to Premier Higgs

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick marked Earth Week by calling for an economic recovery plan for New Brunswick that ensures our communities are more secure, safe, healthy and resilient in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and as citizens … [Read more...]

World Water Day in a changed world

It’s World Water Day in a changed world. I don’t know about you, but the last few days, I’ve found myself thumbing through months- and years-old photo albums on my phone and scattered across harddrives, scouring for welcome distractions through good … [Read more...]

For the love of New Brunswick

It's time to act on climate change solutions. We know climate change is threatening the things we love doing in New Brunswick. The good news is that there are solutions to lower the pollution causing climate change and keep our families and … [Read more...]

Wetlands work for us

Bog. Fen. Swamp. Marsh. These words may bring to mind images of stagnant, slimy and muddy water — but the truth is these different types of wetlands are a huge part of what makes life in New Brunswick so great. Wetlands are nature's … [Read more...]

Wetlands work for us

Beaver. Blue heron. Marten. Toad. Every mom and dad in New Brunswick has a story about that magical moment their child saw one of these awe-inspiring creatures in the wild for the first time. Often, though, it's easy to forget about the leading … [Read more...]

Watershed groups in New Brunswick

Canadian Rivers Institute Conservation Council of New Brunswick Conseil de Gestion du Bassin Versant de la Rivière Restigouche Inc. Comité de gestion environnementale de la rivière Pokemouche Eastern Charlotte Waterways Inc Fredericton Area … [Read more...]