October 16th, 2021
Online via Zoom

The New Brunswick Environmental Network is turning 30 and while we were excited to celebrate in person with you, concerns over COVID-19 have shifted our plans. The Eco-confluence and AGA will now take place online via Zoom, Saturday, October 16th.

We’ve got a great lineup for the day, including a panel on collective climate organising post-pandemic with Louise Comeau of Conservation Council of New Brunswick, Sabine Dietz of ClimAtlantic, and Marion Tétégan Simon of Valorès, as well as three simultaneous workshops, and our AGA. Be sure to register now to save your spot! See you online!

1:00 Introductions
1:10 Fire: Slam Poetry Performance Quinn MacAskill, Titan Eco-Action
1:15 On the Front Burner: Collective Climate Organizing in New Brunswick Post-Pandemic Louise Comeau, Conservation Council of New Brunswick
Marion Tétégan Simon, Valorès
Sabine Dietz, ClimAtlantic
2:00 Simultaneous Workshops
A: A holistic approach to reducing carbon emissions in New Brunswick: electrification, the Atlantic Loop, coal-phase out and why new nuclear is not a solution

Louise Comeau, Conservation Council of New Brunswick, and Susan O'Donnell, Rural Action and Voices for the Environment

B: Mapping environmental (in)justice Céline Surette, Université de Moncton, and Saadia Hara, New Brunswick Environmental Network
C: Mobilizing for Canada’s Climate Emergency in the first 100 days Tracey Maynard, Climate Emergency Unit, Emma Norton, Climate Emergency Unit, and Robin Tress, Council of Canadians
2:50 Break
3:00 Annual General Assembly
3:55 Conclusion
4:00 Closing

Members and associates of the NBEN are given priority in registration. Register today to save your spot!



We would like to thank our sponsors without which this event would not be possible.

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