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Cormier Village, NB
Purpose: The aim of the Ecoparc/Community Centre is to provide a recreation facility that will demonstrate environmental sustainability. The riverside trails through a 9-acre woodlot aim to provide an appreciation of wildlife, flora, trees, and the river ecosystem. The resotration of an environmentally-sound river and improving Acadian forest will promote a healthy environment and allow residents to learn the benefits of environmental stewardship. The close to net zero energy community centre will provide energy conservation.
Saint John, NB
Purpose: To promote improvement in air pollution problems of our community; to advocate for change in legislation and stronger enforcement; to raise awareness so that community is empowered to be more informed and effect change in existing air quality; to work with major stakeholders, including industry, on air quality issues.
Purpose: CLIMAtlantic, the Atlantic Climate Services Hub, will be working with the Canadian Centre for Climate Services and collaborators, partners and stakeholder in the region, to deliver tailored climate services focused on supporting climate change adaptation decisions.
Purpose: To be an organization of nature conservancy; promote environmental studies and appreciation as well as good communication in between naturalists or nature lovers.
Purpose: To address the climate crisis by advocating for responsible energy development in NB using these guidelines: increase renewable energy development, energy efficiency and conservation; eliminate fossil fuel and nuclear energy development; and support actions of communities harmfully impacted by NB's energy choices.
Purpose: Monitoring water quality in the Pokemouche River watershed, the CGERP implements plans with partners to sustain water quality, maintain a healthy environment (into the future), and raise public awareness about good environmental practices.
Purpose: The vision of the Comité Vert PLM is to raise awareness, educate, and protect the environment. Their goal is to inform and raise awareness on environmental issues in the school and community.
Purpose: To protect and restore the climate by enabling people and forests to thrive together.
Purpose: Established in 1969, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick serves as the province’s leading public advocate for environmental protection and conservation. A member of the UN’s Global 500 Roll of Honour, CCNB works to find practical solutions to help families and educators, citizens, governments and businesses protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, the precious marine ecosystem and the land, including the forests, that support us.