Tantramar Climate Change Week

9th Annual Climate Change Week 2021

Saturday, January 30th

Official Launch of Climate Change Week – Sackville Farmer’s Market, 45C Main Street, Sackville

9am – 12pm

 

This event has been POSTPONED due to Zone 1 being in the RED phase

Owl Prowl – 7:30pm-9:00pm

With Roland Chiasson and Andrew Macfarlane

Email Lauren at energy.eos@nb.aibn.com to register

This event has been POSTPONED due to Zone 1 being in the RED phase

 

Monday, February 1st

Energy Transition Webinar – Dr. Brad Walters  7:00pm-8:00pm

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Tuesday, February 2nd

Tantramar Emission Reductions – Lauren Clark    12:00pm – 1:00pm

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Exploring Flood Risk and Vulnerability in Tantramar Local Service Districts (LSDs)

SERSC Land Planning      7:00pm – 8:30pm

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Wednesday, February 3rd

Vermiculture Webinar – John Castell, Michael Freeman and Michelle Strain       12:00pm – 1:00pm

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Waste Sorting Webinar – Patrick Langis – eco360 – Southeast Regional Service Commission

6:30pm-7:30pm

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Thursday, February 4th

National Sweater Day

 

The Climate Reality Project – Tracey Wade (MCIP, RPP).     12:00pm – 1:00pm

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Food Sustainability in a Changing Climate – Dr. Holly Abbandonato.         3:00pm – 4:00pm

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Climate Trivia Night

Zoom + Kahoot + Duckies (if we return to yellow and/or if Covid restrictions allow)

8:00pm – 11:00pm

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Friday, February 5th 

Film Friday

Climate Change Video Challenge Showcase

EOS Facebook page – at 12 noon

 

 

About Tantramar Climate Change Week

Climate Change Week started in winter 2013 and has been popular ever since! Climate Change Week is an opportunity to celebrate solutions that exist and to remind ourselves to take action and to adapt to the changes we are already experiencing. It’s a time to learn more about climate change issues and how we can take personal measures at home, work and school. EOS would also like to see more communities and organizations take part in Climate Change Week. Our guide will help you organize and promote events in your community:  How to guide to Climate Change Week.

 

 

 

 

Thank you!

Thank you to groups and folks who have been involved in Climate Change Week in the past years:

  • Eco Action, Mount Allison University
  • Curt Nason, Royal Astronomical Society
  • Adam Cheeseman, Nature NB
  • Peter Thomas, CWS
  • Chignecto Naturalists Club
  • Port Elgin Regional School
  • Dorchester Consolidated School
  • Salem Elementary School
  • Marshview Middle School
  • Ecole Abbey Landry
  • Tantramar Family Resource Centre
  • Sackville Public Library
  • Daybreak
  • Sackville Commons
  • Sackville Art Hive
  • Ducks Unlimited Canada
  • Université de Moncton
  • Mount Allison University Fine Arts Department
  • Hounds of Vintage
  • Nature NB
  • And many more!