Conservation Council of New Brunswick


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Conservation Council of New Brunswick (CCNB)

Address:180 Saint John St
Fredericton, NB E3B4A9

Phone:506-458-8747
Fax:506-458-1047
Web: www.conservationcouncil.ca
Established: 1969. Description:Supports environmental protection in New Brunswick and surrounding Maritime provinces by safeguarding land, air, and water. Develops and promotes solutions to pollution and resource destruction through research and education. Members: 600 members. Dues: $25/year ($10/year for students/seniors/low income).
Publications: EcoAlert (quarterly); free to members.

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McLaughlin, "'Welcome to the Conserver Society': The Institutionalization of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and the Search for Alternatives to Indiscriminate Growth, 1969-1983," paper presented at the Environmentalism from Below: Appraising the Efficacy of Small-Scale and Subaltern Organizations workshop, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 7-9 August 2014.
Janice Harvey is marine conservation director for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.
Hundreds of unionists from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, the Canadian Union of Public Employees, the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada, the International Longshoreman's Association, the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (Union of Taxation Employees) walked arm-in-arm with members of the Atlantic Regional Solidarity Network, the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council--Local 10, the Communist Party of Canada, the Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice, the New Democratic Party, the Council of Canadians, KAIROS, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and numerous other groups.
Conservation Council of New Brunswick policy director David Coon says this guarantee of public participation in the permitting process is a first in Canada.
In After the Gold Rush: The Status and Failure of Salmon Aquaculture in New Brunswick, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick (CCNB) warns that the Bay of Fundy ecosystem has been damaged and demands a moratorium on further development of the industry.

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