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Ecology Action Centre
A member-based environmental charity in Nova Scotia taking leadership on critical issues from biodiversity to climate change to environmental justice.
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The Star Halifax Apr 19
Earlier this week, was in Nova Scotia? Why? To support the water protestors at the site.
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Boat Harbour cleanup will have a federal environmental review. If you believe that review must be based on sound science and social responsibility, help support . Join us outside Four Points Sheraton in Halifax April 24 at noon to speak up for clean air and water.
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Shades of Green Apr 19
Let’s demand environmental laws that help prevent the we are seeing in Mi’kma’ki- places like Pictou Landing First Nation, Lincolnville and the Sipekne’katik River.
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 19
Peek through our front window over the weekend to see a three-piece exhibit by grad student Frederica Jacks. The project highlights urgency of conservation, specifically with Species at Risk (SAR) in Nova Scotia.
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 19
Early bird tickets are SOLD OUT for Backlot Bash, but you can still get a ticket to see here >>
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robert devet Apr 17
Alton Gas: it ain’t over til it’s over
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Shades of Green Apr 18
Is going to do something to or will Mi’kmaw rights holders continue to be criminalized for upholding their treaty responsibilities?
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 19
Filmed in China, Peru, Canada, the U.S., London, Dubai, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, The Shadow of Gold reveals the impact of gold mining and the gold trade on our economy, environment and conflicts. Join us for a screening in Halifax >>
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 18
A school of sand lance 📷 off Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore. Did you know that they’re called sand lance because they burrow in the sand to protect themselves from tidal currents? Love the ocean? Help protect it! Send an ocean letter today
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 18
Do you know where the gold in your ring comes from? The Shadow of Gold is a global investigation of the ultimate talisman of wealth, beauty and power. Watch to discover what our lust for gold costs. And who pays the price.
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 18
Join us for a guided hike through Frog Pond Saturday, April 27. This hike is part of an international bioblitz competition where Halifax will compete with 165 cities to document the amazing biodiversity here in our backyards >>
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 18
Head to April 30 for Measuring What Matters, a panel discussion exploring quality of life in Nova Scotia. Our Community Energy Coordinator, , is one of the panelists. Register >>
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 17
Learn to fix your bike. Donate a used bike. Become a bike buddy. helps shed a little light on how you can get involved with our Bike Again and Welcoming Wheels programs:
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 17
Looking for plans? Head to for Constellate, a live storytelling event with true stores that explore ourselves and our place in the world. Tickets available here >> All ticket sales from this show will be donated to our work!
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Engage Nova Scotia Apr 17
Join us at Pier 21 on April 30th, for ‘Measuring What Matters’ — a panel discussion exploring quality of life in Nova Scotia. Panelists include: Miriam Zitner, Mark Almon, Meghan McMorris and Frank Palermo. Moderated by Alfred Burgesson. We hope to see you there!
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 17
Strong environmental laws protect our waters and land and the industries and communities that depend on them. Join us outside the Four Points Sheraton in Halifax on April 24 at noon for a rally to speak up for clean air and water
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 16
Join us for a guided hike through Frog Pond April 27. This hike is part of , an international bioblitz competition. Halifax is competing with 165 cities around the world to document the amazing biodiversity here in our backyards >>
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Raymond Plourde Apr 16
Ecology Action Centre presents a free screening of the award-winning documentary film “Burned – Are Trees the New Coal” Wednesday, May 15th at the Truro Public Library on Prince Street at 6PM.
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Ecology Action Centre Apr 16
“For a short period of time, any fish in this mixing zone may be exposed to elevated salinity at levels above those considered safe for marine and estuarine organisms.” - Paula Jackman, Toxicologist, Environment and Climate Change Canada.
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Stephen Thomas Apr 16
I’m excited to be here at on behalf of , taking about and asking questions on , , and the just transition to a low-carbon economy in Atlantic Canada.
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