The Earth Week Expo on Saturday April 27th [Save the Frogs Day!]
INCLUDING the Launch of this terrific DIZOLVE fundraising campaign
12 noon- 4 pm
Murphy's Community Centre, 200 Richmond St. Charlottetown
The 2013 Earth Expo promises to be a fun filled experience for all ages, with lots of activities supporting environmental action and awareness. There will be information booths, live music, activities and displays from noon to 4 pm.
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Thank you for being a part of Exploring Common Ground: Creating a Framework for Better Dialogue Around Mine and Quarry Issues in Nova Scotia
To support your participation in the event, our speakers and session chairs have provided the following background material for your review.
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Fracking Action Coffee House & Film Screening
Come out to hear about actions taking place here in Atlantic Canada to stop fracking from damaging our precious water resources! Sierra Club Atlantic will share stories of what local citizens are doing to stop fracking, followed by a screening of Josh Fox’s Gasland 2.
The Garden of Eat’n Café & Food Fare event will support our efforts to educate people about the risks of fracking and to defend Jane Doe, an indigenous community leader who is protecting the voices of the people speaking out against fracking in New Brunswick.
Please RSVP by calling (902) 431-8050 so we make sure no one is turned away!
WHAT: Gasland 2 Film Screening and Fracking Action Coffee House
WHERE: Garden of Eat’n Café & Food Fare, 6293 Quinpool Road, Halifax
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Exploring Common Ground - Creating a Framework for Dialogue Around Mine and Quarry Issues in Nova Scotia is a groundbreaking forum hosted by Sierra Club and Ecology Action Centre. It will bring together industry, community, and government participants to share perspectives and identify tools for communication, consultation and decision-making.
For many years, Sierra Club members, volunteers and staff have been involved in preventing negative impacts of mines and quarries on the environment and their communities. Read more about this work here.
There are many common issues that arise when a mine or quarry is slated for a particular area: what if we could address them before 'shovels are in the ground' ? We will begin to find proactive solutions by Exploring Common Ground! ... Read more »