We should really celebrate our small blue planet every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we’re treating it.
Elsipogtog First Nation believes their land and water is at risk due to fracking and shale gas development, which has been undertaken without negotiation or consent from the First Nation.
Saint John – The public is being invited to submit nominations for the first Premier’s Awards for Energy Efficiency, which will showcase some of the best practices in energy efficiency in New Brunswick.
Fredericton – Six provincial city mayors and the minister of environment will fight against climate change by participating in the Mayor’s Eco-Challenge 2009 for the next three months. The announcement was made today in Fredericton by Environment Minister Roland Haché.
Burton – J.D. Irving Limited pleaded guilty in New Brunswick provincial court to charges laid by Environment Canada under the Migratory Birds Convention Act 1994.
Efficiency NB recognized Earth Day recently with an in-store rebate campaign to educate New Brunswickers on the benefits of switching to compact fluorescent lighting products (CFLs) and to provide a financial incentive to help offset the cost of doing so.
A pro-active group of dedicated university students at UNB who are tired of the status quo and who are organizing efforts to change it. The UNB Student’s Environmental Society works with the campus community towards improving life on campus by trying to create a sustainable campus at UNB.