Équiterre is Quebec’s most important and influential environmental organization. With 140,000 followers, 14,000 members, 200 volunteers and a staff of 40, the non-profit presently has offices in Montreal and Quebec City.
The dedication and enthusiasm of the staff and volunteers make Équiterre a pleasant and stimulating workplace, which encourages autonomy, creativity and...
Odin arrived in Quebec from Marseille a few years ago as an exchange student at the Université de Montréal to finish his degree in geography. Eager to explore Quebec—see the autumn colours and experience white winters—and make a difference, he decided to settle in Montreal in the summer of 2015. Curious by nature, he discovered Équiterre on his own.
Équiterre is proud to be part of the Front commun pour la transition énergétique [united front for energy transition], officially launched last Tuesday in Montreal. This historic alliance brings together more than 160 citizen, environmental and Native groups from across the province.
After a law degree and master’s in environmental law in Lille, France, Marie Lepers headed for Montreal to pursue a master’s in public administration with a focus on organizational development and analysis at the École nationale d’administration publique [University of Public Administration]. Marie enjoyed her two years in Quebec so much that she considered...
A panel of experts for understand the cop21
Interested in the issues being raised at the 21st United Nations Conference of Parties (COP21) on Climate Change in Paris from November 30 to December 11? Don’t miss the panel discussion at the Centre for Sustainable Development at 12:15 on September 15. Moderator Steven Guilbeault will be talking to a number of climate change...
Excitement continues to build for Changing the Menu, Canada’s first ever conference on school food! With more than 150 presenters, we have something for everyone who wants to get more healthy, local, and sustainable food into the minds and onto the plates of Canadian students. Register before September 14th and take advantage of the early bird rates.
LEADING PLAYERS OF...
* Conservative Party of Canada
* New Democratic Party
* Liberal Party of Canada
* Green Party of Canada
* Bloc Québécois
* Strength in Democracy
This fall, be part of these unique networking events on September 30 at the National Assembly in Quebec City, and on October 28 at the Parquet of the Centre CDP Capital in Montreal.
In addition to raising funds for Équiterre's projects on fundamental issues such as climate change, organic and local food and fair trade, these events bring together under one roof leaders in...
Équiterre unveiled a new awareness campaign on July 31 at the Aquarium du Québec to encourage voters and politicians to take a clear position on climate change in the upcoming federal election.
A short video, Aux elections fédérales, votez pour un parti qui a l’environnement à coeur [Vote for a party that cares about the environment!], which gives a voice to belugas...
Two years after the tragedy at Lac-Mégantic here in Quebec, the question of maintaining an economy based on fossil fuels is a hotter topic than ever.