Play a part in “greening” your local community on May 28 for the Community Planting Weekend.
Learn how to become your own media network. Learn how to make your own promotional video!
Workshop lead by Sean Kelly, Head of Communications and Media for CUSO-VSO.
Nova Scotia – Public engagement and best practices of facilitation for community organizations. Practice the skills as you learn them! Workshop lead by Jason Blanch, founder of Global Community Development Resources.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the protection of 29 hectares of land near the Village of Pugwash, in Nova Scotia
Negotiating the Climate Change Web: A Community Vision is an innovative gathering, bringing together Nova Scotian stakeholders – including government, NGOs and the public – to discuss the interrelationships between trade, environment, society and climate change.
Sierra Club Canada wants to help Physicians for the Environment win a pesticide ban in Nova Scotia. They have a chance to win good legislation but need your help!
Nova Scotia will soon become greener with a $4.25-million investment from the province to support fuel-efficient transportation and technology programs.
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.
Nature Canada reports that Bird Islands have been designated as a provincial wildlife management area.
Halifax – Dalhousie University’s Eco-Efficiency Centre now offers a cost-free carbon footprint calculator for small- and medium-sized businesses in Canada.
Read about the progress of Burnside’s Engineered Wetland Project in an article by Dalhousie Master of Environmental Studies student Cat Galbrand. Link to thesis from Library and Archives Canada. Naturalized treatment wetlands for contaminant removal [microform] : a case study of the Burnside engineered wetland for treatment of landfill leachate. Galbrand, Catherine C., 1977- AMICUS No. 30825875