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Better Building Speaker Series 2020 - Click here to learn more.
Coastal Climate Change Adaptations Webinar Series 2020-21
Nova Scotia’s coastline is dramatically experiencing the impacts of climate change. Part One in this series is an Introduction to Living Shorelines, presented by EAC's Sustainability Ally and expert Rosmarie Lohnes of Helping Nature Heal.
The Ecology Action Centre’s Coastal Team invites you to the next installment of our Coastal Climate Change Adaptations webinar series, designed to introduce different coastal adaptation approaches to citizens and community members. On August 11th, EAC's Nancy Anningson was joined by John Somers from NS Environment to talk about the province's Coastal Protection Act.
All around us communities are engaged in the act of reimagining our future and our relationships to the natural world we rely on. In this free webinar series, we explored a variety of the innovative ways that people living in Mi'kma'ki can and are mobilizing together to build an equitable, sustainable future for all.
On July 24th, Dunsky Energy Consulting on behalf of the Ecology Action Centre (EAC) presents the Electric Vehicle Adoption Study 2020-2030 Report for Nova Scotia. This whitepaper examines the potential for electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Nova Scotia and assesses the likely impact of provincial policy options on market adoption of EVs. Read the full report here.
On June 24th, EAC's Sustainable Seafood Coordinator, Christina Callegari and SeaChoice's National Manager, Liane Veitch shared why Canada’s seafood labels need an upgrade and how proper traceability can help us turn the tide on seafood transparency.
On June 18th, 2020 staff at the Ecology Action Centre shared an update on their work and how it has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Earth Day, staff at the Ecology Action Centre shared aspects of their ongoing work to protect the environment, nature, and coastlines in Nova Scotia.
Staff at the Ecology Action Centre celebrated the International Day of Biodiversity by sharing some of EAC’s work connected to biodiversity and the role we can all play to protect it.