Kids World of Energy Festival Volunteers

The Kids’ World of Energy Festival is a four-day environmental children’s festival focused on renewable energy and energy conservation.

Please Apply by April 16, 2014.


Interim Secretary – Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board and Eeyou Marine Region Planning Commission

The EMRPC and EMRIRB are jointly seeking a qualified individual to serve as the Regional Planner in their office in Chisasibi. The Regional Planner will report to the chairpersons of the two EMR entities and will play a key role in the environmental impact screening and review of development projects proposed for the region and will also be responsible for assisting the EMRPC in developing a Land Use Plan for the Eeyou Marine Region.

Closing date: February 28, 2014


Declared to be the largest peaceful
disobedience ever in Canada! Over 80 influential leaders from the business, First Nations, environmental, labour, academic, medical and artistic communities across Canada today announced an upcoming mass sit-in in front of the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia on October 22. The sit-in will oppose tar sands pipelines and tankers and the threats they would pose to the west coast.

Black Out Speak Out

If you believe that good democracy requires all voices to be fairly heard, speak out on June 4.

Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project deepens its roots with 100 park projects

Toronto, – May 22, 2012 – With more than 900 Canadians stepping up to restore 10 green spaces across Canada in 2011, the Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project is finding more ways to make our awesome land even better this summer by hosting 100 greening projects across the country—a ten-fold increase over the previous year….

Team up to picture the world!

Photograph on May 15th! You have one day to join thousands around the world in using the power of photography to create, share and compare perspectives on daily life! Don’t miss it! You can upload your images until May 22nd.

Spotted Owl habitat logging at Chilliwack Lake – Gwen Barlee interview

Shared by TheWCNews on Mar 1, 2012 The Wilderness Committee’s Gwen Barlee is interviewed about logging that has started in a Wildlife Habitat Area located near Chilliwack Lake and that had been set aside by the BC government for the protection of Canada’s endangered spotted owl.

Approval of Jasper Development Ignores Public Outcry

Banff, Alberta – Over the objections of almost 200,000 citizens, the federal government has approved the proposed “Brewster Glacier Discovery Walk” in Jasper National Park. Conservation organizations fear that the beauty and integrity of Jasper National Park are being surrendered to commercial interests, opening the door for more for-profit businesses to capitalize on the splendour of Canada‟s most…

Saving the Oak Ridges Moraine Again

On the 10-year anniversary of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Act, Save the Oak Ridges Moraine (STORM), Earthroots and Ontario Nature have joined forces to shine a spotlight on the most severe threats to the moraine, southern Ontario’s rain barrel.

Come Play the Global Game to Clean Up Marine Trash, July 2011

Project AWARE, an ocean conservation organization, has launched a Global Scavenger Hunt.

We’re encouraging divers to play the game for their chance to win great prizes and to make a positive environmental impact by collecting underwater trash at their favorite dive sites.