Sierra Club Canada Foundation - Atlantic (SCC-ACC)

3384 Albert St
Halifax, NS   B3K3N2
Primary contact: Gretchen Fitzgerald
Language of Service: English
Scope of Activities: Interprovincial
Region: Acadian Peninsula & Northeast, Kent-Miramichi, Southeast, Sunbury-Queens-Kings Counties, Southwest, Central-West, Northwest
Purpose: Sierra Club Atlantic is a vibrant grassroots organization that empowers people to protect, restore, and enjoy a healthy safe planet. We are your chapter of Canada’s only national grassroots environmental organization, working to bring your community’s concerns to the attention of regional and national leaders. Together, we are a credible, influential voice, working to make a better world a reality. The Atlantic Chapter works through education and action to green the economy and protect the environment. We engage in projects designed to connect children to nature, protect wildlife and wild spaces, and to offer solutions to climate change.
Activities: Education, conservation, and actions on environmental issues such as: toxics, waste management, forestry, oil and gas, fisheries, mining, energy and climate change, endangered species, education around sharks and the oceans, oceans health.
Resources Available to the Public: Children’s programs, Community planning, Ecological restoration, Environmental research, Workshops and events

Sierra Club Canada Foundation - Atlantic (SCC-ACC)

3384 Albert St
Halifax, NS   B3K3N2
Primary contact: Gretchen Fitzgerald
Language of Service: English
Scope of Activities: Interprovincial
Region: Acadian Peninsula & Northeast, Kent-Miramichi, Southeast, Sunbury-Queens-Kings Counties, Southwest, Central-West, Northwest
Purpose: Sierra Club Atlantic is a vibrant grassroots organization that empowers people to protect, restore, and enjoy a healthy safe planet. We are your chapter of Canada’s only national grassroots environmental organization, working to bring your community’s concerns to the attention of regional and national leaders. Together, we are a credible, influential voice, working to make a better world a reality. The Atlantic Chapter works through education and action to green the economy and protect the environment. We engage in projects designed to connect children to nature, protect wildlife and wild spaces, and to offer solutions to climate change.
Activities: Education, conservation, and actions on environmental issues such as: toxics, waste management, forestry, oil and gas, fisheries, mining, energy and climate change, endangered species, education around sharks and the oceans, oceans health.
Resources Available to the Public: Children’s programs, Community planning, Ecological restoration, Environmental research, Workshops and events