All posts in Environment

January 12, 2019, by Tracy Glynn

Taymouth shares many of the struggles faced by rural communities in New Brunswick but newcomers choosing to make their home in its rolling hills are part of a different, more […]

From Sikniktuk to Wet’suwet’en: Say no to RCMP enforcement of corporate injunctions on unceded Indigenous territory

January 11, 2019, by Ann Pohl

On January 6th, solidarity activists with the Wet’suwet’en land and water protectors posted a photo on social media showing a bus carrying milita ...

Nashwaak residents see a future in farming, not fracking [video]

January 9, 2019, by Shanthi Bell

Listen to Nashwaak residents Jim Emberger and Amy Floyd talk about the need to create clean rural economies in New Brunswick. Emberger is the spokesp ...

Mt. A student Tina Oh on her climate activism [video]

January 3, 2019, by Brower Youth Awards

Tina is a 21 year old from rural New Brunswick, Canada who is a divestment organizer in a nationally-recognized, student-led fossil fuel divestment ca ...

  • Mr. Higgs’ “Frack Earth Society”
    December 2, 2018, by Lawrence Wuest

    The “Flat Earth Society” was founded tongue-in-cheek in New Brunswick by the renowned philosopher Dr. Leo Ferrari of St. Thomas University, and our beloved poet Alden Nowlan. It is reassuring […]

  • Mobilizing to improve the environment in New Brunswick
    November 27, 2018, by Jennifer Adam

    An “Eco-confluence” event on November 17 brought together more than 35 groups concerned with the well-being of the province, its citizens, and its environment, including Nature Trust NB, Voices for […]