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Purpose: Developing awareness and participation in issues affecting quality of life and environment
Purpose: Involved in environmental protection in our region, especially to do with the water, the forest, banning of glyphosate herbicides, and response to unconventional hydraulic fracturing projects; also deeply involved in civil, political and human rights issues on behalf of settler Canadians and Indigenous peoples who seek to protect the environment, the public's health, and participatory democracy
Purpose: Ducks Unlimited Canada conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. Those habitats benefit other wildlife and people.
Sackville , NB
Purpose: To raise awareness among the student body of Mount Allison of the importance of environmental issues while changing the ways of the university to reflect our ideal.
Purpose: Our objective is for the government to adopt better forest management practices. Since last year, we have focused on stopping spraying in our forests with a local petition and by encouraging our municipality to ban spraying on its territory. We have organized a conference on sustainable forest management, and we have participated in the provincial petition against spraying.
Purpose: Research, action, education and planning on issues to do with energy, climate change and sustainable community development in the Tantramar-Memramcook region of southeast New Brunswick with the ultimate goal of seeing the Tantramar area produce all of its energy needs through renewable energy sources.
Esgenoopetitj First Nation, NB
Purpose: To maintain a healthy diversity of our life sources and to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting.
Purpose: Falls Brook Centre is a leading education and demonstration centre that inspires people to work together, using environmentally sound practices to create thriving local communities.
Purpose: The primary aims of the Fredericton Area Watersheds Association are to provide means by which interested citizens of the region can become involved in urban natural resource management efforts, to monitor and report on stream conditions, and to build strong working relationships between our community representatives and government agencies.