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15 March 2011
Calling all Quebecers! Once again, it's time to pledge to reduce our collective greenhouse gas emissions, with the 4th edition of Défi Climat, the province's largest awareness-raising and mobilization campaign in the fight against climate change. Sign up today at www.deficlimat....
2 February 2011
At a January 26 hearing of Quebec's environmental commission BAPE, we came out in favour of the Massif-du-Sud Wind Farm project. We see it as a viable source of renewable energy, with the potential to decrease Quebec's dependency on fossil fuels and help fight climate change....
31 January 2011
Last week, Montreal city council approved provincial plans to rebuild the Turcot interchange, the elevated roadway connecting Highways 15, 20 and 720 west of downtown. In response, the Turcot Watchdog Committee* re-issued its call for the project to serve as a model in...
25 January 2011
Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and deputy executive director of Equiterre, has once again been re-elected co-chair of Climate Action Network International (CAN-International). Recognized by the United Nations, CAN-International represents more than 500 non-governmental...
11 January 2011
Since 1993, Quebec-based nonprofit Equiterre has worked on environmental and social issues affecting all Canadians, including climate change, food sovereignty and dependency on oil. You may have heard about us in the English media, but now you can read about us in our own words...
9 December 2010
The Canadian opposition parties, Climate Action Network Canada and Equiterre join forces with youth, labour and First Nations leaders to ask the government to recommit to the Kyoto Protocol. (video)
8 December 2010
We're pleased to award the grand prize – a year of alternative transportation – to Equiterre member Marie-Éve Noreau, who is already an expert at the transportation cocktail. In the summer, she walks, skates or bikes to work. In the winter, she uses public transit....
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