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The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the conservation of three new properties, helping to protect at-risk species in northeast New Brunswick.
Shared by TourismNB on Feb 27, 2012 Travel journalist Helga Loverseed takes you along nature walks in New Brunswick’s beautiful Acadian Iles. Discover sandy beaches, peat bogs and boreal forest during an unforgettable New Brunswick beach vacation! – Tourism New Brunswick
The Climate Change & Renewable Energy Coordinator will be responsible for a range of Climate Change and Renewable Energy activities at Falls Brook Centre and will coordinate FBC’s Appropriate Technology Department Programming.
An $8.2-million adaptation program will help Canadians in the Atlantic provinces deal with the impacts of climate change on coastal erosion, flooding and ground water resources. Led by the Government of Canada and the governments of the four Atlantic provinces, the three-year Regional Adaptation Collaborative program is part of the federal government’s investment to help Canadians adapt to climate change.
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.
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) in Canada is pleased to see the significantly amended Organic Products Regulations (OPR) published in Canada Gazette (Part I).