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Saint John, NB
Purpose: To reduce UNBSJ's ecological footprint; To increase UNBSJ's energy effeciency; To generate public awareness of environmental problems and the solutions to them; To facilitate student engagement in environmental initiatives; To support sustainable and accessible education for all.
Purpose: Supporting communities to help them cope with climate change.
Purpose: Open the minds of students and community members about social and environmental issues. Raise awareness, promote, and protect.
Purpose: The mission of the coalition is to promote environmental sustainability in the communities. The mission is accomplished through the following mandate : 1) Ensure the implementation of an integrated management plan and assessing the results 2) Conducting environmental research 3) Coordinating the activities of a network of partners
Purpose: Raise awareness of the population, public decision-makers, and private sector stakeholders about the importance of a healthy management of the water resources and about the concept of the integrated management of the watershed, by fostering multisectoral concertation among various players and users of water.
Village of Gagetown, NB
Purpose: To create public awareness of threats to our air, waters, land, plants and animals (our sources of life); proposing sustainable solutions through public education and engagement; and advocating for the right to a healthy environment for all New Brunswickers.
Purpose: Water and Environmental Protection for Albert County (WEPAC) is a group of concerned citizens who believe that we must consciously take better care of our natural resources to ensure a vibrant future for our children. We educate ourselves and others on the impacts that hydraulic fracturing and the unconventional extraction of oil and gas will have on our communities.
Purpose: WILD Outside is a national conservation-based youth leadership program designed for youth ages 15 to 18. By participating in this immersive program, young Canadians experience opportunities for personal growth while developing and encouraging their own "conservation ethic." Learning from CWF facilitators alongside their peers, youth who join the WILD Outside program connect with other participants in their area by exploring the outdoors and planning and carrying out community-based conservation action projects in their own community. Participants in the program are encouraged to commit to 120 hours of service activity and engagement over a calendar year and are recognized for their dedication.