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  1. Get Involved

    Get involved, you can make a difference! The strength of the Atlantic Canada Chapter is determined by the involvement of our members, volunteers, and supporters. There are many ways that you can contribute to our work, whether by offering financial assist ...

    2013-08-22 11:45

  2. Go Wild in HRM Workshop, Apr. 5

        You’re invited to our  Go Wild in HRM  Workshop! April 5, 2012, 1 – 4:30 pm (followed by optional field trip to test our protocol) Dalhousie University (Room Number to Follow) We are inviting experts and volunteers to participate in a workshop aimed a ...

    2012-03-27 10:41

  3. Good News for Canada’s Environmental Assessment Law: No Cash Advance for Bilcon

    Federal Court of Canada rejects Bilcon’s application to stay proceedings, denying the Delaware company an early pay day The Sierra Club Canada Foundation and East Coast Environmental Law (ECELAW) and their legal council at EcoJustice are applauding the re ...

    2016-10-04 19:14

  4. Green Audit Guide

    0KB Atlantic Chapter ...

    2010-08-10 10:34

  5. Greenhouse emission reduction targets: why we should use 1990 as the reference point

    August 2, 2010 0KB Atlantic Chapter ...

    2010-08-06 09:18

  6. Groupe Atlantique

    English Le Groupe Atlantique du Sierra Club est une organisation locale vivante qui habilite les gens à protéger, restaurer et jouir dans une planète saine. Ensemble on est crédible, notre voie est influente, et nous travaillions pour improuver la santé h ...

    2017-07-30 11:19

  7. Halifax Diverse

    Halifax Diverse creates opportunities for the public to learn about, engage with, and contribute to urban green spaces in the Halifax Regional Municipality. See our blog (found here) for information on upcoming events, past events, and occasionally, infor ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  8. Halifax Diverse Naturalizes Your Yard

    David Foster's blog Do you know the impact that gardening with native plants can have on local wildlife? Bill Freedman does! As a professor of ecology and long-time practitioner of the principles of naturalization, he wants to spread the word about t ...

    2016-03-29 12:28

  9. Halifax Diverse Walks the Shearwater Flyer Trail

    Our first walk of the summer, we're going to be led by Kate Steele of the NS Bird Society on a birding walk for beginners. We will be meeting at 8:30 (exact location TBA), and our walk will last about 2h. Kate is highly experienced at leading walks f ...

    2014-08-27 13:41

  10. Halifax Diverse Walks the spooky side of Halifax- Oct. 29th

    David Foster's blog This October we're taking a walk on the spookier side of things in the Halifax Commons area. We're going to be guided by expert historian and author, Blair Beed, who will show us the area around and including the Halifax ...

    2016-03-29 14:25