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Zero Waste Canada Announces Study on ZW Hierarchy

Debate on environmental, health and social problems associated with waste and the possible solutions has reached mainstream policy-makers in developed as well as developing countries. Communities around the globe are investing in Zero Waste as a priority climate action.

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This Changes Everything to Screen on Jan 31

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Responding to Paris, the 2015 UN Climate Summit

A4D member Dr. James Pawley, is putting on a forum in January, followed by an ElderU course. 

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Two Screenings Scheduled for Award Winning Fractured Land

Fractured Land is the next film in the fall Green Film Series and will be shown on Monday, November 9 in Gibsons and Wednesday, November 18 in Sechelt. Fractured Land follows Caleb Behn, a young Dene lawyer who may become one of his generation’s great leaders, if he can discover how to reconcile the fractures within himself, his community and the world around him.

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Woodfibre LNG Receives Environmental Assessment Approval

In spite of large opposition, the Woodfibre LNG Project has received environmental assessment approval from Environment Minister Mary Polak and Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman. The decision was made after considering a review led by British Columbia’s Environmental Assessment Office. The ministers have issued the certificate with legally enforceable conditions.

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Artesia Coffee House and SCCA Oct. 23

The SCCA is pleased to collaborate with the Coast Cultural Alliance's Artesia Coffeehouse on Oct. 23 for music and our annual raffle draw. Doors open 7 pm. show 8 pm. $10. So come early for a good seat and to mix and mingle with folks who enjoy all things arts and conservation.

Just Eat It on Oct. 20

The SCRD is hosting a free public screening of Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story on October 20 at 6 pm at the Ravens Cry Theatre in Sechelt. After the screening, there will be a Q & A session with Robyn Cooper of the SCRD, Aaron Joe from Salish Soils and Barb Hetherington from Gibsons Disposal to discuss food waste options for Sunshine Coast residents.

Farm Gate Market, Fruit Tree Project and Permaculture Learning Day

Farm Gate Market
Wednesdays 3pm - 6pm    Roberts Creek Hall
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Come by every Wednesday afternoon to the Roberts Creek Hall to enjoy some of your favourite vendors while mingling with community and catching up with friends.

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Scientist Paints Dismal Picture for Howe Sound LNG Plant Proposal

Constant disruption to the ferry service may be the least of our worries if LNG tankers start traversing Howe Sound. If a tanker explodes, Horseshoe Bay, Bowen Island or parts of the Sea to Sky Highway are obliterated. And if the tanker captain chose Thornborough Channel, Gibsons would be utterly destroyed in case of an explosion. LNG tankers have the explosive power of 70 Hiroshima bombs.

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