All Climate Change Week events are free and open to everyone, including children. The week’s activities are focused on carbon pricing, agriculture in a changing climate and spending time in nature. Following is a list of local Climate Change Week events: Saturday, Feb. 9 Catch EOS at the Sackville Farmers’ Market at The Commons … Continue reading Tantramar Climate Change Week will be held Feb. 9-17
Our congratulations to the students and teachers at Dorchester Consolidated School, as they have harvested, preserved and sold their first crop from their school garden boxes! RCE Tantramar has been working with DCS over the past year, as we designed the outdoor environmental education program with teachers, applied for and were granted over $40,000 in … Continue reading Education for Sustainability at Dorchester School
"Sackville Schools 2020” has transitioned to the more official “Sackville 20/20” — a registered non-profit. The 20/20 represents clear seeing and a strong vision for community-supported education. Sackville 20/20 is a non-profit organization of volunteers—teachers, parents, and community members—working to revitalize opportunities for youth and the broader community in Sackville, New Brunswick. An innovative, inspired, … Continue reading “Sackville Schools 2020” has transitioned to be called “Sackville 20/20”—a registered non-profit.
In September 2015, 193 countries agreed to adopt a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Officially known as Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the plan is spearheaded by the United Nations and builds on the Millennium Development Goals established in … Continue reading Moving Toward Sustainability Through Youth Education – The United Nations Global Sustainability Goals
Join the New Brunswick Environmental Network for a free learning day in Sackville, where you will: • Visit three natural and nature-based climate change adaptation projects in and around Sackville; • Develop a deeper understanding about the role of natural infrastructure in climate change adaptation; • Learn about the opportunities and challenges for implementing natural … Continue reading Learning Day: Natural and Nature-Based Climate Adaptation
The RCE Tantramar is pleased to welcome a new member Dr. Jesse Popp. Dr. Popp teaches at Mount Allison University as an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, where she teaches and researches in the area of wildlife ecology and Indigenous science. Dr. Popp was recently featured on New Brunswick Innovation Foundation website, which highlighted her … Continue reading Welcome to the newest member of RCE Tantramar, Jesse Popp!