Yesterday the delegation representing you – our members and supporters – at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Brazil hosted a panel discussion.
The role of environmental and social certifications in a green economy (fair trade, organic, etc.).
Close to a hundred people from various countries attended the discussion, which...
Steven Guilbeault will speak from Montreal with fellow Equiterre cofounder, Sidney Ribaux, on site in Rio, to discuss some of the issues surrounding the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (AKA, Rio+20):
what is the impact of this conference which takes place every ten years?
why are 50,000 people heading to Rio?
how will this historic gathering...
You're invited to a panel discussion on Rio+20 and Quebec's green economy.
This event will take the form of a "5 à 7" following the Rendez-vous des technologies propres, a forum on clean technology, in Sherbrooke, on Wednesday, June 6.
Pierre Arcand, Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks, Quebec
Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and deputy executive director, Equiterre
We are proud to co-host Daniel Gauthier, promoter and chair, Groupe Le Massif, for a breakfast talk on the green economy.
In light of global growth of the green economy and the UN Conference on Sustainable Development to be held in Brazil this year, a local entrepreneur presents the vision and values behind the project, Le Massif de Charlevoix.
How can we...
Montreal, May 18, 2011 - Equiterre hopes that Environment Minister Peter Kent will do more to distinguish himself as he resumes his role as Environment Minister than he did when he was first assigned to the post in January.
Equiterre is always willing to give politicians a chance, but is forced to question whether the minister is simply a stooge for the Harper...