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3 June 2014
The working group Espace québécois de concertation sur les pratiques d’approvisionnement responsable (ECPAR) has released new responsible procurement guidelines for Quebec organizations. This initiative – the first of its kind in Canada – offers an easy-to-understand framework for...
2 June 2014
The transporting and processing of tar sands crudes will have insignificant economic benefits for Quebec, according to Economics of Transporting and Processing Tar Sands Crudes in Quebec, a report published today by The Goodman Group, Greenpeace and Equiterre.
Actu - Lancement rapport The Goodman Group crédit: Greenpeace / Jiri Rezac
29 May 2014
This week, we joined forces with Vivre en Ville, the Conseil régional de l'environnement de Montréal (CRE-Montréal), and Forum Urba 2015 (UQAM) to call on the Quebec government to respect the will of greater Montreal in favour of the proposed light rail transit (LRT) plan for the Champlain Bridge....
Actu - Come on, Quebec. Saying no to light rail transit on the Champlain Bridge would be a big mistake.
29 May 2014
Thursday, June 5, in honour of UN World Environment Day, we are putting together a wish list for the environment. But we need your help! What are your wishes? Send them to us today. The best wishes will be added to a wish list here on our website. To participate, send us your wish(es) –...
Actu - Journée mondiale environnement
28 May 2014
There is a lot to love about spring. Cherry blossoms, magnolia flowers, lilacs. But if ever there were something to love a little less about it, it would have to be ants. Not ants where they belong, outside, aerating the soil, reducing acidity, and feeding on the larvae of other less desirable...
Geste - Chasser les fourmis de la maison... sans pesticides
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