Search for NBEN member and associate groups
Purpose: TWA mandate includes promoting outreach and complete projects to collect quality data to ensure the health and the sustainability of the life sources within the region will not become degraded or depleted.
Purpose: Our mission is to empower youth to take action on climate change through education. The long-term vision is to unlock the hidden potential of all teachers and students in the fight against climate change.
Purpose: The appreciation and wise use of the natural and cultural heritage of the St. John River.
Purpose: We are an alliance of the three largest Wabanaki communities and schools in the province, representing the educational interests of Elsipogtog, Esgenoopetitj, and Negotkuk First Nations and their schools. We deliver programs and support services to educators, students, and families of our member communities as well as to our partners in provincial schools and the non-profit sector. We operate similar to a First Nations school board and are moving towards self-government in education for our member communities, working closely with the federal and provincial governments.
Purpose: The aim of our group is to reduce our school's (Tantramar Regional Highschool) environmental footprint and increase awareness about climate change and environmental issues in the school.
St. Almo, NB
Purpose: To improve the health of the water in the Tobique Watershed and to identify solutions to flooding. As a new organization, our initial objectives are to establish a baseline for water quality in the watershed and to identify causation for areas of erosion and flooding.
Saint John, NB
Purpose: Trees International is a community-based volunteer organization which is dedicated to providing a vehicle for individuals/like minded organizations to contribute to projects that have environmental sustainability as a major project outcome. Trees International has worked towards and encouraged partnerships between Canadian environmental organizations in under-developed countries. Over the past 26 years projects have included tree planting to reverse environmental erosion, children's urban tree project, native tree nurseries, sustainable business practices involving organic crop development and useful commercial value for unwanted/weed vegetation. Sustainable/green housing alternative methods to construction not dependent on traditional power sources.
Purpose: UNB is working to establish a culture of sustainability that reaches out to all aspects of campus life engaging students, faculty, staff, community members and visitors to our Fredericton and Saint John campuses. The Sustainability Program supports and encourages environmental sustainability on campus, helping us to build a better university and advancing UNB as a leader in sustainability. There are numerous initiatives, events and sustainable projects held throughout the year.
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.