Join us for a guided hike through Frog Pond Saturday, April 27. This will be a leisurely hike to allow time to search out and photograph different species and identify them with the help of our volunteer experts.



The ocean is home to millions of wild species. It gives us oxygen, regulates the climate, and gives us food and inspiration. But our oceans are in trouble.​ Help us take action today. Photo: Nick Hawkins



Strong environmental laws protect our waters and land and the industries and communities that depend on them. Join us April 24th as we rally for strong laws to protect our environment, communities and families.



Join us at the 2nd installment of the Better Building Speaker Series. Our guest speakers recently completed a multi-million dollar energy performance contract for the Tupper Building on Dalhousie’s Campus. Image: Acorn Art Photography


Posted: Mon, Apr 01, 2019
Updated April 3, 2019 On April Fool’s Day (2019), we released a tongue-in-cheek statement about our provincial government’s failure to recognize the Peace and Friendship Treaties that govern relations on unceded Mi’kmaq territory.
Posted: Thu, Mar 28, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, March 28, 2019 K’JIPUKTUK (HALIFAX) – After 23 years in the job, Mark Butler, Policy Director at the Ecology Action Centre (EAC), will be leaving the organization. Butler joined the EAC in 1996, as Marine Coordinator.
Posted: Tue, Mar 26, 2019
Posted: Tue, Mar 12, 2019