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Purpose: Our objective is for the government to adopt better forest management practices. Since last year, we have focused on stopping spraying in our forests with a local petition and by encouraging our municipality to ban spraying on its territory. We have organized a conference on sustainable forest management, and we have participated in the provincial petition against spraying.
Purpose: The Elgin Eco Association (EEA) is committed to promoting the viability of our small rural community of Elgin by: 1) promoting environmentally friendly practices including eco-tourism, recreation, employment, and other ventures,and 2) working to protect and improve our environment.
Purpose: Research, action, education and planning on issues to do with energy, climate change, water and sustainable community development in the Tantramar-Memramcook region of southeast New Brunswick with the ultimate goal of seeing the Tantramar area produce all of its energy needs through renewable energy sources.
Esgenoopetitj First Nation, NB
Purpose: To maintain a healthy diversity of our life sources and to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting.
Purpose: Extinction Rebellion is a global social movement aimed at pressuring governments to respond to the climate crisis by shifting rapidly to renewable energy and creating millions of green jobs.
Purpose: Falls Brook Centre is a leading education and demonstration centre that inspires people to work together, using environmentally sound practices to create thriving local communities.
Purpose: We listen to and defend the interests of young francophones and Acadians of New Brunswick, and organise activities by and for youth.
Purpose: Vision: A New Brunswick that is connected, informed and engaged in food security for all. Mission: To provide leadership in the advancement of food security in New Brunswick through networking, knowledge and information-sharing, public relations and building partnerships
Purpose: Our vision is a stronger, more vibrant Albert County, where our residents can enjoy the economic, healthful, and cultural benefits of consuming locally produced foods, and our farmers and food producers are able to sustainably, responsibly and profitably grow the local food economy.
Purpose: The primary aims of the Fredericton Area Watersheds Association are to provide means by which interested citizens of the region can become involved in urban natural resource management efforts, to monitor and report on stream conditions, and to build strong working relationships between our community representatives and government agencies.