Conservation Council of New Brunswick Inc.
The idea for a provincial environmental organization for New Brunswick was first proposed in January 1969 at the annual meeting of the New Brunswick Institute of Agrology by soil scientist Kenneth Langmaid. With a $50 grant from the institute, Ken joined with a group of other scientists, writers, and journalists to found the Conservation Council of New Brunswick on October 18, 1969. Our mission is to create awareness of environmental problems and advocate solutions through research, education and interventions in collaboration with others. This includes effectively communicating environmental policy initiatives to the general public and decision makers, and influencing government decision makers to implement the policies needed to protect our air, water and land. Strategic Priority: Climate change because it constitutes a significant threat to New Brunswickers’ capacity to thrive and to the health of our air, water, land and wildlife.
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180 St. John Street Fredericton New Brunswick Canada E3B 4A9