The Rio+20 Green Economy Tour is still under way! Look for an upcoming event near you.
As Bill 78 plunges Quebec into darkness and the Harper government makes a mockery of democracy with Bill C-38, it's time for concerned citizens like you to speak up.
On Monday, June 4, 2012, the nationwide Black Out Speak Out campaign invites you to join the movement to oppose the so-called omnibus budget bill C-38.
The goal? Preserve two fundamental values of our...
Toronto, May 17 2012 – Pipeline company Enbridge Inc.’s plan, announced Wednesday evening, could put people living in Ontario and Quebec at greater risk of oil spills and hazardous air pollution. The company wants to send tar sands oil – which is more dangerous to transport and more difficult to clean up than conventional oil - through both provinces as part...
Pierre Arcand, Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks, Quebec
Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and deputy executive director, Equiterre
We are proud to co-host Daniel Gauthier, promoter and chair, Groupe Le Massif, for a breakfast talk on the green economy.
In light of global growth of the green economy and the UN Conference on Sustainable Development to be held in Brazil this year, a local entrepreneur presents the vision and values behind the project, Le Massif de Charlevoix.
How can we...
Monday, May 14 at noon.
Executive Coordinator, Rio+20
United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
Issues and Global Challenges of Sustainable Development
What Should we expect from Rio+20 Summit?
Environment Series Luncheon
Marriott Château Champlain Montréal
1050 de la Gauchetiere St. W.
The Rio+20 Green Economy Speaking Tour, coming to a city near you.
The Lanaudière action group, in partnership with the Collège Saint-Sacrement de Terrebonne, welcomes Steven Guilbeault, deputy executive director of Equiterre, for a talk on the green economy.
The evening will begin with a "5 à 7" where farmers from Equiterre's community supported agriculture (CSA) network will hold information booths to answer questions on this...
Événement - 2 May 2012 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change, Community supported agriculture, Équiterre Activities, Farmer's basket, Give time, Organic baskets, Organic food basket, Public talks, Sharing expertise, Steven Guilbeault
Congratulations to the approximately 300,000 people who gathered in Montreal for Earth Day - as well as to those who celebrated across the province.
This historic event demonstrates the desire for change on the part of the Quebec population and the high level of interest in environmental issues.
You can still show your support for the movement, by signing the declaration,...
"Our goal is to bring together as many environmental and sustainable development actors as possible so that people can receive information on how and which products to buy to help change our personal habits."