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 Act, and gives you the latest environmental news on topics such as Premier Higgs’ plan to end the moratorium on fracking regionally to Saskatchewan’s failed court challenge to the federal carbon tax.
In this issue: • Making the connection between climate change, extreme weather, and their effects on our physical and mental health • Why Premier Higgs’ plan to end the moratorium on fracking doesn’t make sense environmentally or economically • Is New Brunswick doing enough to promote its renewable energy sector? • Good news for sustainable fisheries and tourism jobs in Atlantic Canada • Everything you need to know about the carbon tax in New Brunswick • Our 2019 Eco Buildings Tour inspires change and hope • How many letters will it take to end glyphosate spraying in New Brunswick’s Crown forest? • Behind the scenes at Conserver House • and more…
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EcoAlert is the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s membership magazine. It brings you environmental news, exciting stories of positive change happening in our communities, and important action alerts from across our province. We share stories of the work we’re doing in our program areas – including Forest Conservation, Freshwater Protection, Climate & Energy, and Marine Conservation – as well as updates on our Community Projects such as Buy Local NB and Learning Outside. See below for more on how to use our EcoAlert online edition.