BC’s Treaty 8 First Nations throw their support behind Elsipogtog First Nation

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.

Tom Lask and Good Food Farm

Tom Lask, owner and operator of Good Food Farm, talks about how he got established and why he went organic.

Governments Work Together to Address Climate Change

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.

Coastlands: The Maritimes Policy Review

September will see the launch of the Maritimes’ only regional magazine devoted to sustainable development, independent journalism and critical reflection on social, cultural and environmental issues.

Tantramar Wetlands Centre

The Tantramar Wetlands Centre is a community-based centre of wetlands education specializing in experiential programming aimed at public school students and teachers. Recognized nationally as a centre of excellence, this award-winning project provides exciting wetlands education experiences to over 4,000 visitors annually. Tantramar Regional High School situated in the heart of the world-famous Tantramar Marshes […]

Elsipogtog Salmon Restoration Project

The Salmon Restoration Project is a community initiative of the Elsipogtog Miimag First Nations to work on restoring the salmon populations in the Richibucto River.

Efficiency New Brunswick’s CFL Rebate Campaign

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.

New Brunswick Climate Change Hub

The New Brunswick Climate Change Hub facilitates the exchange of ideas, information, and resources between government, private sector and community-based organizations engaged in climate change.

UNB Student’s Environmental Society

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.

New Brunswick Community Land Trust

The New Brunswick Community Land Trust (NBCLT) is a member based, volunteer, non-profit organization focused on holding conservation easements that ensure that farmland and woodlots are maintained in ecologically sustainable production and available for future generations of New Brunswickers.


Trees In Trust has the perfect green gift. For a donation of $30, you can dedicate a piece of woodland to someone special. Your donation is used by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick to purchase and preserve endangered forest in the Maritimes. Your dedication lasts a life-time and you receive a dedication certificate and a…