Ecology Action Centre

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Posted: Tue, Jul 25, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) July 25, 2017 – The Ecology Action Centre (EAC) is hosting a series of information sessions in communities along the Bay of Fundy to discuss the risks of Tar Sands Supertankers.
Posted: Thu, Jul 20, 2017
For more than 10 years, SeaChoice has helped retailers and consumers make seafood choices that support sustainable fisheries and aquaculture. Now it’s embarking on a new direction: To reform unsustainable seafood production and become Canada’s leading sustainable seafood
Posted: Wed, Jul 19, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, July 19, 2017 K’JIPUKTUK [HALIFAX] – The provincial government’s proposed carbon pricing system may actually allow the province’s emissions to increase, and won’t support the province’s most vulnerable.
Posted: Sun, Jul 16, 2017
Date: Sat, Jul 29, 2017, 10:30am
NS summer is short, so let's embrace it while we can! We've created a series of events to explore the beauty and richness of the place we call home. Join us and your fellow EAC community to hike, bike and swim different parts of HRM. Learn more about the EAC’s wilderness, built environment, and transportation teams and the work of our partners in Blue Mountain and Shearwater.
Posted: Tue, Jul 11, 2017
We need your help! Tell Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Dominic LeBlanc to ban oil and gas development and extraction in the Laurentian Channel Marine Protected Area (MPA)!
Posted: Mon, Jul 10, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, July 10, 2017 [KJI’Puktuk/Halifax] Citizens Against Burning of Tires (CABOT) and the Ecology Action Centre are organizing a community meeting to provide more information on the Department of Environment’s decision to approve the burning of tires by Lafarge and to provide a forum for discussion of next steps.
Posted: Fri, Jul 07, 2017
Posted: Fri, Jun 30, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, June 30th, 2017 Halifax – The continued opposition to marine protected areas expressed by Keith Colwell, Nova Scotia’s Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture at the annual meeting of Fisheries Ministers in Whitehorse this week is problematic on several fronts, contends the Ecology Action Centre.
Posted: Wed, Jun 28, 2017
The Government in Council made the final decision not to list Atlantic bluefin tuna on the Species At Risk Act (SARA) on May 3, 2017 mostly citing the socio-economic impacts that would result from closing the Atlantic Canadian bluefin fishery if listed.

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