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13 July 2016
Hardly the ideal companion! Atrazine is a pesticide that has been banned in the European Union for over a decade but is still widely used in Canada, particularly in cornfields. This dangerous pesticide is being reassessed by the federal government, and officials are currently...
13 July 2016
On Sunday, July 3, hundreds of committed people took part in the first Change the World with Équiterre run on Mount Royal. This entirely environmentally responsible event took place in the glorious sunshine and participants raising funds for the environment collected $25,000. It...
13 July 2016
Fiona Mille came to us from Science Po Toulouse, and plans to pursue a master’s in environmental politics. An ecology enthusiast, she has been working for Jeunes Écologistes—a network of young people, aged 15 to 30, that promotes political ecology in a humorous way...
13 July 2016
Ah, summer’s here! And you don’t need to travel to the other side of the world to discover hidden gems and have an amazing experience. Here are some of the Équiterre team’s favourite places in Quebec to escape with family, friends or alone. Time to get outside...
12 July 2016
In December 2015, more than 190 nations adopted the Paris Agreement — an international agreement committing countries to significant reductions in global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to limit global warming to less than 2˚C and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5˚C...
29 June 2016
The greatly anticipated opportunity to run for the environment, Change the World with Équiterre run—is (almost) here! On July 3, several hundred of you will be gathering at the starting line on Mount Royal for the 10 km, 5 km and 1 km runs. Haven’t signed up yet? No...
29 June 2016
This summer, a unique and ambitious event will be held for the first time in Montreal, and Équiterre will be participating enthusiastically! August 9–14, downtown will be transformed to welcome the World Social Forum and thousands of participants from around the world....
29 June 2016
The Équiterre citizens’ movement continues to grow, and we are very proud to have passed the milestone of 18,000 members! To each and every one of you who, like us, believes that there are solutions and that it is possible to change the world one step at a time, 18,000...
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