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

    August 2, 2010 0KB Atlantic Chapter ...

    2010-08-06 09:18

  3. The case for Distributed Energy Generation- Newfoundland and Labrador

    August 6, 2010 I present arguments in  favour of the small-scale, community owned, renewable energy generation in Newfoundland and Labrador.  I identify current bottlenecks in  the development of the distributed energy generation in the province and list ...

    2010-08-06 10:02

  4. Green Audit Guide

    0KB Atlantic Chapter ...

    2010-08-10 10:34

  5. Summer with the WILD CHILDREN

    Anonymous's blog  Blog by Jenn Whittaker (with Tony Reddin) Sierra Club's Wild Child PEI is sad to say that nature immersion visits have finished for the summer- over 30 visits to 15 child care centres in Charlottetown, Summerside and Montague! ...

    2016-09-05 19:25

  6. Wild Child Branches Out to PEI

    Ashley Greening's blog Tuesday, July 22 was the first day of the Wild Child program on Prince Edward Island. I awoke bright and early, and was soon on my way to the Campus Kids Daycare at the UPEI campus. I arrived during snack-time and was given hom ...

    2014-08-18 16:59

  7. Hide and Seek- WIld Child Style!

    Ashley Greening's blog Tuesday, July 29 was the second week of the Wild Child Program at UPEI's Campus Kids Daycare. The day dawned hot a sunny, and I was grateful that we had scheduled the program for the morning hours, or the heat would have k ...

    2014-08-25 08:35

  8. Finding a Meal, Bat Style

    Ashley Greening's blog Tuesday, August 5 was the third week of the Wild Child program at Campus Kids daycare. By this point, the children have come to expect my visits and we already cleaning up when I arrived. Another bright and sunny morning, thoug ...

    2014-08-25 08:39

  9. A Tall Grass Safari in Downtown Charlottetown

    Ashley Greening's blog Tuesday, August 12 was my fourth visit to the Campus Kids Daycare centre. I had a very special treat planned that day and I had gotten up quite early to make sure everything was organized. Before we set off for the day's a ...

    2014-08-25 08:48

  10. 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