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15 March 2021
By Nadine Bachand, Senior Analyst for Climate Agriculture, Équiterre Quebecers are prepared to pay millions of dollars to help our farmers reduce their pesticide use, says a recent survey conducted by a team from the Université du Québec en Outaouais. Now we need to understand...
11 March 2021
I'm Brenda. You may not recognize me, but we may have spoken on the phone over the past few years. I’m in charge of Équiterre’s dynamic team of ambassadors. Our job is to exchange with the public about environmental issues and to help grow our movement. I’m...
8 March 2021
By the end of March, Justin Trudeau's government will present its first budget since the 2019 election. Right now, Minister of Finance, Chrystia Freeland is deciding how to allocate billions of our tax dollars! This is a decisive moment for our collective future. Will public...
26 February 2021
In a year of challenges, the 2020 edition of the Schools Take Root project was a resounding success. Despite the pandemic, the climate of uncertainty in schools and families, and the drought that affected last summer’s harvests, numerous schools, families and farmers once...
26 February 2021
To ensure our food security in the context of the climate crisis, we need resilient farms that can sustain us all into the future. But it’s no secret that Canadian agriculture is facing significant challenges. Though production and productivity have improved dramatically...
26 February 2021
Picture this: You walk into a hospital cafeteria and the menu is filled with healthy foods from local producers. Now imagine the same thing happening in every institution in Quebec—daycare centres, hospitals, schools, etc. Everywhere you go, local becomes the new standard...
26 February 2021
One of Équiterre’s main objectives is to help make our food systems more resilient in the face of future socio-ecological challenges. To that end, it is essential that we educate our youth about how our food is produced and why it’s important to make healthy and...
17 February 2021
Équiterre has submitted a number of recommendations to the Quebec government in the lead-up to its 2021 budget. Three of which are particularly important. “The government should base its selection criteria on the nutritional yield and energy performance of each type of...
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