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6 January 2014
You got a lot done through Equiterre last year. So much so that we made a video about it. If you like what you see, please share with friends. More people need to know about the good work you are doing for the environment. 
6 January 2014
Can Quebec's agricultural sector reduce its reliance on fossil fuels? A new report from Equiterre and ÉcoRessources says yes. Right now, Quebec's farmers are so dependent on fossil fuels that a price increase of just a penny per litre of fuel costs the industry an extra $3.8 million in fuel...
Actu - Réduire dépendance secteur agricole aux énergies fossiles
16 December 2013
Nearly 65% of Quebec's big produce buyers have taken steps towards sustainability, according to a groundbreaking new study by the Centre québécois de développement durable, which looked at the practices of 27 buyers from the public and private sector, including such major supermarket chains as...
Actu - Approvisionnement responsable grands acheteurs de fruits et légumes
11 December 2013
Environmental groups were disappointed last week when a Quebec parliamentary committee came out in favour of Enbridge's controversial Line 9B reversal project, which could bring tar sands crude through Quebec. Fortunately, the committee did stipulate 18 conditions:
11 December 2013
We are delighted to announce that our family farmer network is growing. Nine new farms have signed up to distribute organic baskets.
Actu - Le réseau des fermiers de famille s'agrandit
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