Watch for Wildlife (W4W) is a wildlife-vehicle collision prevention program of the Sierra Club Canada Foundation’s Atlantic Chapter. Initiated in 2016 in Nova Scotia, Watch for Wildlife was developed in response to a recognized need for greater awareness about wildlife-vehicle collision prevention and increasing safety on our roads for both people and wildlife. Continue reading Watch for Wildlife
Shared by Nature Conservancy of Canada. Continue reading An Urban Wilderness Park in Halifax
Play a part in “greening” your local community on May 28 for the Community Planting Weekend. Continue reading Community Tree Plant in Halifax on May 28, 2016
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.
Continue reading NSEN Social Media Strategies 101
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 Continue reading Nature Conservancy protects more land 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. Continue reading Negotiating the Climate Change Web: A Community Vision
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! Continue reading Help win a pesticide ban in Nova Scotia!
Nova Scotia will soon become greener with a $4.25-million investment from the province to support fuel-efficient transportation and technology programs. Continue reading Province Invests $4.25 Million in Green Transportation and Technology Projects
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. Continue reading Coastlands: The Maritimes Policy Review