Green burials are growing in popularity worldwide, but options in Nova Scotia are still limited. Here are five ways you can plan a greener burial in Nova Scotia.



You can now pre-order the 2019 Green Jobs Calendar. Our annual calendar features 12 inspiring people and organizations from across Nova Scotia who work in our growing, green economy.



We're proud to present screenings of Burned at locations across Nova Scotia this fall.  Burned examines the rise of biomass in the Eastern United States. These are the same issues Nova Scotia is facing today. 



The Ecology Action Centre’s renovation has won a 2018 Bright Business Innovation Award. The Bright Business Awards recognize Nova Scotia’s best-in-class energy efficient organizations, individuals and communities. This is the third award the EAC renovation has received this year.


Posted: Thu, Nov 15, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 15, 2018
Posted: Thu, Nov 15, 2018
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Ecology Action Centre Releases Position Statement on Nova Scotia Cap and Trade Regulations
Posted: Fri, Nov 02, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 2, 2018 K’JIPUKTUK (HALIFAX) – Embalming, headstones, caskets and cremation are commonplace when it comes to burials in Nova Scotia. But a new campaign is asking locals to look at conventional funeral trappings through an environmental lens.
Posted: Thu, Nov 01, 2018