The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the conservation of three new properties, helping to protect at-risk species in northeast New Brunswick.
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.
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.
onservation efforts record largest drop in ranking among provinces A national environmental group says New Brunswick needs to do more to promote energy efficiency as the province saw the largest decline in a report ranking the provinces and territories on its conservation programs. The Canadian Energy Efficiency Centre, a non-government organization, dropped New Brunswick’s ranking […]
New Brunswick should undertake a comprehensive, independent study into the possibility of building a second nuclear reactor at Point Lepreau, Liberal Leader Shawn Graham said Tuesday.
Atlantic Canada’s energy ministers have launched a new three-year, energy-efficiency campaign. A Shared Atlantic Vision for Energy Efficiency (SAVE) is designed to educate the public about the little things everyone can do to save energy, while at the same time saving money. – CBC