Framework set to transition operations to IISD. Full story
Noah's video features an interview with Andrew Weaver, internationally recognized climate scientist and Green Party candidate in the upcoming B.C. election.
Stronger enforcement and penalties will better protect ecosystems and support wildlife, says Conservation Minister Gord Mackintosh. Full story
For their hard work in recycling, composting, green commuting options, and more, Green Action Centre received a Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Award from the Manitoba Round Table for Sustainable Development. Read the full story
Scott Vaughan has been appointed president and CEO of the International Institute for Sustainable Development at a meeting of its board in Ottawa today. Vaughan is currently Canada’s Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development, a position he has held since 2008.
Listen to David Suzuki discuss his Andean adventure and how some South American countries are taking a different approach to valuing nature.
The environment vs. economy argument is based on a false dichotomy. Without one, you can’t have the other. And according to a recent public opinion poll, you don’t have to be an economist or an environmentalist to agree. Read the full article from iPolitics
First-of-its-kind in Manitoba Program Will Prepare Students for Green Jobs: Allan. Full news release
Peace Out, the award winning documentary hailed by critics as “a thoughtful, clear-eyed exploration of an issue that always ends in costs, trade-offs, and least-bad options” is coming to Winnipeg’s Cinematheque Theatre next week.
A species of dragonfly may be the next victim of the federal government’s gutting of environmental protection laws, says Sierra Club Canada.
It was a true pleasure and honor to have the opportunity to accept the CDC’s Pioneering Innovation Award for “Game Changer” on behalf the Safe Routes to School National Partnership at the Weight of the Nation awards dinner tonight.
Forest company and conservation group signatories to the Canadian
Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) welcome Ontario’s support today of their approach and joint
recommendations on an action plan for an area of the province’s boreal forest almost five times
the size of Metro Toronto.
WINNIPEG—June 12, 2012—The International Institute for Sustainable Development has revised and reissued the acclaimed Sustainable Development Timeline marking notable...