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Saint John, NB
Purpose: To protect Canadian sovereignty by promoting progressive, independent national policies on fair trade, clean water, safe food, public health care, and other issues of social and economic concern to Canadians.
Purpose: To protect and restore the Petitcodiac River Watershed.
Purpose: The SBWA's vision is to foster a healthy ecosystem that will sustain the quality and quantity of water for future generations.
Purpose: Dedicated to exploring, enjoying and protecting the wild places of the earth and to practise and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems.
Purpose: Environmental conservation - Help in managing the aquatic and riparian ecosystems and their natural resources with an integrated approach to foster the maintenance and enhancement of the population (wildlife, flora), the longevity of biodiversity, the continuous renewal of resources and the integrety of the so called ecosystems, of its landscapes and of the cultural witnesses that are present. Ensure the transfer of knowledge and appreciation of resources to raise awareness within the local population and visitors on their intrinsic values and demanding conservation. Development - Ensure the potential of certain sites and areas is valued in order to respond to the local expectations of to the local market, while considering the sustainable development of tourism, profitability, the economic sustainability of projects and intervention and the potential job creations. Landuse - Encourage use and management of certain sites towards development that is guided by ethics and ecological, environmental, social, and cultural considerations.
Purpose: To restore the fish habitat and fish stocks to an acceptable level. The Southeastern Anglers Association's mission is to oversee the sport fisheries and safeguard the beautiful rivers of the Southeastern region of New Brunswick.
Purpose: The Mission of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence Coalition on Sustainability is to promote the long-term viability of its ecosystem and communities. The Coalition-SGSL envisions the future in which the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence is environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. Our Core Values Sustainability Values: healthy communities; ecological integrity; social and economic justice; and democracy; Democratic Values: Conducting all affairs of the organization in a manner that respects a democratic tradition and process, values fairness and transparency; Professional Values: Providing leadership and service to members and partners with competence, excellence, efficiency, integrity and objectivity; People Values: Demonstrating respect, fairness and courtesy in all our dealings with the public and our members; Our Mandate The Coalition will provide services to: Facilitate communications, networking and information sharing; Organize and/or facilitate meetings, workshops, forums or working groups; Monitor the progress of implemented strategies, policies and regulations; Assist communities to build their capacity for achieving their sustainability goals; Facilitate access to expertise in the social, economic and environmental/scientific disciplines; Promote awareness and education on sustainability as a way of life.
Purpose: Environmental preservation and sustainable development of the St. Croix Estuary and adjoining coast past St. Andrews to Bocabec NB.
Purpose: Stop Spraying in New Brunswick (SSNB) is a group focused on stopping the spraying of Glyphosate and other herbicides on public land, which includes forest spraying and NB Power spraying in New Brunswick. This includes raising awareness of the harmful effects of Glyphosate on eco-systems and animals in New Brunswick
Purpose: The purpose of SEG is to raise public awareness about renewable and environmentally sustainable options in energy production, distribution and use.