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Purpose: To educate the public about the local and regional natural and cultural history of the Cape Jourimain Area with a focus on the National Wildlife Area. To promote and educate the public about climate change and energy efficiency issues.
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.
Purpose: Our vision is to protect the natural resources of the watersheds. Our mission is to work together towards conservation the Chaleur Bay watershed’s health for future generations, while still being able to fulfill the present social, economical and environmental needs.
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: To be an organization of nature conservancy; promote environmental studies and appreciation as well as good communication in between naturalists or nature lovers.
Purpose: CECNB is a community economic development agency with a mission to help create sustainable, healthy communities in New Brunswick by supporting the development of co-operatives and other enterprises with social, environmental, cultural, and local economic development mandates.
STRATFORD PEI, PE
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: Monitoring water quality in the Pokemouche River watershed, the CGERP implements doctrine-plans with partners to sustain water quality, maintaining a healthy environment (in the future), and raise public awareness about good environmental practices.
Purpose: To fight climate change by empowering rural communities to thrive with nature.
Purpose: The Concerned Citizens of Penobsquis, a community organization, formed to seek justice and compensation for the damage caused by potash mine. The group is taking on the impacts of both potash mining and natural gas exploration and fracking in our rural community. As the province of New Brunswick faces more mining, oil and gas exploration, the Concerned Citizens of Penobsquis have said that we do not want to see what happened to the Penobsquis residents happen anywhere else. We feel that mining interests should not be allowed to come to a community and create irreversible damage, and have residents bear the cost of damage. We continue to stand our ground and fight for our communitys well-being.