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Posted: Tue, Jan 22, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 22, 2019 K’JIPUKTUK (HALIFAX) - Nova Scotia has a lot to offer when it comes to lessons in energy efficiency. Now, these local examples are getting international attention.
 
Posted: Thu, Jan 17, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 17, 2019
Posted: Thu, Jan 10, 2019
Sorry Clearwater, the ocean floor is not your private storage area. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 10, 2019
Posted: Tue, Jan 08, 2019
The Ecology Action Centre would like to express our support for the Wet’suet’en Nation, and the Gidimt’en clan and Unist'ot'en camp, specifically, who are standing against oil and gas infrastructure in their lands. They are exercising their right to control access to their territory, as set out in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).  
Posted: Thu, Dec 13, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) December 13, 2018 – Environment and Climate Change Canada has released the final regulations for their plan to phase out coal electricity across Canada by 2030. The regulations would lead to significant emissions reductions, health improvements and health cost savings across Nova Scotia.  
Posted: Thu, Dec 06, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, December 6, 2018 K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) - Yesterday, Nova Scotia Power (NSP) released an update on the Tufts Cove Oil Spill, a leak discovered in early August which resulted in over 24,000 litres being released of which at least 5,000 litres entered Halifax Harbour.
Posted: Mon, Dec 03, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, December 3, 2018 K’JIPUKTUK (Halifax) - The Integrated Mobility Plan (IMP) is facing its first major hurdle since it was unanimously passed by regional council last year. Tomorrow, the Committee of the Whole will make a funding decision which could delay a key piece of the plan; a network of protected bike lanes.
Posted: Tue, Nov 20, 2018
Date: Thu, Nov 29, 2018, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Two building code processes have opened up for public consultation. Join us on Thursday, November 29th at 6PM at the EAC to hear from Joe Rogers, Building Code Coordinator for Nova Scotia. He will break down the building code process and help us understand the proposed changes.
Posted: Mon, Nov 19, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 19, 2018 World’s Fastest Shark Headed for Disaster
Fishery Managers’ Failure Leaves Overfished Makos in Dire Need of EU & International Action
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