It has been almost a year since Etienne Théroux began his bike trip of a lifetime, CycloExpedition Americas: 27,000 km across the Americas, to raise awareness about food sovereignty and ecological agriculture.
After eight countries and 15,000 km – following what he calls "the dorsal spine" of the continents – he is past the half-way point.
So far on...
Do these people look familiar to you? You may have seen them in a neighbourhood near you: A dedicated team of people who care about the environment as much as you, combing the streets of Montreal and Quebec City in search of new members and donors.
As you may know, donations are essential to Equiterre. They ensure us financial independence, so that we can continue to...
Two years ago, out of a desire to give back to the community, Mélanie filled out a volunteer application on our website.
"It was my dad who first told me about Equiterre. I thought it sounded like a good cause," she says one noonhour over a picnic lunch outside the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its official name, the Maison du développement...
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...
This month Étienne Théroux, 26, embarks on a bike trip across the Americas. One of his fundraising goals? To raise money for Equiterre. He also intends to raise awareness about food sovereignty and ecological agriculture.
It will take him one and a half years to travel from Inuvik, Northwest Territories, north of the Arctic Circle, to Ushuaia, Tierre del Fuego Province,...
Thank you to the seven volunteers in our Quebec City action group who distributed more than 1000 flyers by bike last weekend, reminding residents that there is still time to order a summer basket of locally grown vegetables from one of the family farmers in our community supported agriculture (CSA) network.
Mathieu, Maxime, Michel, Lucie, Christian, Nicolas and Alizée took...
In preparation for his 27,000 km ride...
from Inuvik, Northwest Territories, north of the Arctic circle
to Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina, at the near southern most tip of South America
to raise funds for Equiterre
Quebecer Étienne Théroux, 26, will undertake a 1200 km "warm up" journey of Quebec, with stops in:
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
An ethical fashion show will be held on May 6 at the Hotel Castel in the Granby area.
A portion of the proceeds from this event, which is organized by the Fondation des jeunes pour l'environnement, will go to Equiterre.
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
To buy tickets or for more information, please call 514 816-7246.
Come hear environmentalist Steven Guilbeault speak on the green economy – the theme of the UN's Rio+20 Earth Summit this June.
This is a chance for members * like you to meet our team and learn more about how you are helping to:
promote food sovereignty
fight climate change
Equiterre will also be hosting a member meetup in Montreal.