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  1. MARINE SEA TURTLES

    Marine sea turtles are a fundamental link in marine ecosystems as they help maintain the health and vitality of sea grass beds and coral reefs.  Sea turtles are specially adapted for lfe in a marine environment and they possess flippers and a streamlined ...

    2013-01-10 11:43

  2. Low calving rates among blue whales cause for concern

    The old get older and the young are never born Zack Metcalfe Sierra Club Atlantic July 27, 2014 Each blue whale has a unique pattern of spots of its back, like a fingerprint or a nametag. These spots allow researchers to identify each whale as either a ne ...

    2014-07-27 17:22

  3. Low calving rates among blue whales cause for concern

    Aug. 12, 2014   Scientists studying the blue whale in the Gulf of St Lawrence are reporting alarmingly low calving rates from this critically endangered species, says the Sierra Club Canada Foundation. The Sierra Club recently launched a campaign to safeg ...

    2015-09-30 15:44

  4. Letter to NL Public Utility Board Regarding Investing in Holyrood Power Plant, Newfoundland

    April 27, 2014 We call on the Public Utility Board to consider investing in greener energy sources like renewable energy and energy efficiency, rather than increasing our investment in the oil-fired Holyrood Power Plant. NL Power proposed a $120 million i ...

    2014-05-06 16:11

  5. Letter Requesting that Human Impacts on Oceans be Included in Assessing Ecologically Significant Habitats

    November 11, 2012 Sierra Club Atlantic's Dr. Fred Winsor is participating in consultations to identify areas that are important in terms of their contribution to biodiveristy, uniqueness, and productivity off Newfoundland and Labrador (what the Depar ...

    2012-11-21 08:54

  6. LATEST DAY OF FRACTION- Sept 17th, 2013

    Don’t Frack PEI is holding a Public Meeting on Tuesday September 17th from 7pm to 9pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond Street, Charlottetown. Featuring Prof. Peter Clancy and Eliza Knockwood, and a song by Teresa Doyle. Come and hear about the growi ...

    2013-09-12 23:03

  7. Keep It Blue: Protecting Our Gulf from Oil Drilling

    You are invited to attend this important community event about our Gulf of St. Lawrence.  Nova Scotia, particularly the North Shore, and western Cape Breton, is dependent on the Gulf for renewable jobs in tourism and the fishing industry. As residents, th ...

    2013-03-22 15:25

  8. Joel Plaskett lends his voice to Re-imagining Halifax Harbour project

    Kelly Schnare's blog Inspired by my father's love of fishing, swimming, and camping in the Birch Cove area near Halifax, I became interested in all things watery and wild. But to date I have not touched the water of Halifax Harbour, in the city ...

    2016-11-16 16:58

  9. It's as Easy as Getting Outside.

    Laine Brehaut's blog Wild Child is all about learning the art of being in nature. We work to help the children deepen the understanding of the world they sense, and build up the knowledge of connection a little bit at a time. One of the most importan ...

    2015-11-26 16:09

  10. Intervention in the CNSC Point Lepreau Relicensing Decision

    November 12, 2011 [To find out more about the Canada Nucelar Safety Commission (CNSC) hearings, please go here.] 0KB To: CNSC  Interventions   From: Sierra Club Canada, Atlantic Canada Chapter   Re: Intervention in the CNSC Point Lepreau Relicensing Decis ...

    2011-11-21 15:47