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  1. Grow our Greenbelt

    Did you know that Ontario has 1.8 million acres of protected farmland and green spaces surrounding the Greater Golden Horseshoe? It’s called the Greenbelt and it gives us clean water, healthy local food and $2.6 billion per year in ecological services. Si ...

    2017-11-28 23:41

  2. Greenbelt Survives Niagara Meeting

    Anonymous's blog In St. Catharines a meeting was held for the provincial plan review for the Ontario Greenbelt on April 15th, and was attended by about 350 people. This large attendance was quite important, since the meeting attracted around 80 oppon ...

    2015-05-19 21:37

  3. Greenbelt review chance to include Lake Gibson/Moodie lands: report

    Grow the Greenbelt Thorold-area special place should be protected Paul Forsyth Niagara This Week November 21, 2014 THOROLD — The looming 10-year review of Ontario’s Greenbelt is an opportunity to try to have sensitive lands in the area of Lake Gibson and ...

    2014-11-21 13:52

  4. Green Energy Pamphlet

    0KB Attachment Size pamphlet_green_energy.pdf 158.99 KB Ontario Chapter ...

    2013-07-29 12:37

  5. Green Energy

    email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest The main objective of Sierra Club Ontario’s Green Energy Campaign is to replace dirty fossil fuels and nuclear power by mobilizing grassroots activists in local communities to advocate for the transition t ...

    2018-01-29 12:29

  6. Green Bins Critical to Mitigating Climate Change (Video)

    Sierra Club's Waste Diversion Expert, Rob Muir, continues to emphasize the necessity of waste diversion to combat climate change.  Local government has an important role in making it happen, however, the key is developing sustainable consumer behavio ...

    2014-07-04 11:54

  7. Great Lakes- duplicate

    The Great Lakes hold 1/5th of the world’s fresh surface water and currently provide drinking water to over 42 million people.  The Great Lakes Campaign works to address concerns related to the Great Lakes Basin, water conservation, and pollution preventio ...

    2017-12-14 15:40

  8. Great Lakes Symposium- Schiefer presentation

    April 8, 2011 Karl Schiefer, a consulting Aquatic Biologist, gave this presentation "Great Lakes Ecosystems: Do We Value Them?" at our Port Huron event. Schiefer gives a brief history of human uses and impacts on the Great Lakes with a focus on ...

    2011-05-20 16:37

  9. Great Lakes Symposium- Gauthier presentation

    April 8, 2011 Recently retired as a Program Director for the Great Lakes Commission after 8 years of service, Roger Gauthier gave this terrific presentation at our Great Lakes Symposium (April 8, 2011 in Port Huron, Michigan). The title of the presentatio ...

    2011-05-20 16:06

  10. Great Lakes symposium on water levels: April 8th

    Is there impending disaster for GL nearshore ecosystems? What are the impacts of sustained low waterlevels? Join subject matter experts, concerned citizens and the Sierra Club for this discussion April 8th in Port Huron, Michigan. Register by emailing kri ...

    2011-07-26 13:34