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  • Double whammy from NB Power could hit home, apartm... - May 5, 2017 at 2:45 pm
    Double whammy from NB Power could hit home, apartment customers in near future New Brunswick homeowners and apartment dwellers will be paying higher than average annual increases for electricity for years under a new rate plan outlined this week by NB Power. But for those who heat with electricity, the news may get even worse […]
  • Message from the New Jersey Institute of Technolog... - May 4, 2017 at 12:59 pm
    My name is Lauren Holiday, and I work with premier universities and colleges across the country helping them distribute academic resources developed by their professors and program directors. With a growing concern focused on the state of our environment, I really appreciated reading your collection of resources that examine the practice of sustainability in business and […]
  • Green Churches 2017 Lenten Challenge... - February 25, 2017 at 7:19 pm
    Lenten Calendar 2017 This year, thousands of Christians in Canada will reduce their ecological footprint during Lent thanks to the tips provided in this calendar. Fasting from waste and pollution will contribute to the beauty and health of our environment. Multiply your impact in the real world by sharing the hashtags (#) in the virtual […]
  • Canterbury Cathedral grand adventure... - January 20, 2017 at 2:40 pm
    A Grand Adventure in the Nave One chilly Thursday evening four balloons were let loose on an adventure around the Nave. The aim of the experiment was to track air flow around the Nave in order to inform how and when the Cathedral heats spaces such as the Nave and Quire to provide comfort for […]
  • US diocese acquires solar energy farm... - January 11, 2017 at 4:51 pm
    US diocese acquires solar energy farm Posted on: January 11, 2017 3:55 PM Photo Credit: Diocese of Vermont / ENS [ACNS] The diocese of Vermont in the US-based Episcopal Church has acquired a $1 million (USD, approximately £825,763 GBP) solar array farm at its headquarters in Rock Point, Burlington.
  • Sackville group hosts work parties to seal up leak... - December 3, 2016 at 7:26 pm
    A non-profit group in Sackville is hosting draft-proofing work parties in low-income homes to help combat climate change and hefty heating costs. For each party, a homeowner invites friends over who supply the labour, EOS Eco-Energy brings the supplies and snacks, and Gilles Briand of EnerCheck Solutions brings his expertise and special draft-detecting equipment. Denyse […]
  • Trump Won’t Stop Global Climate Action... - November 15, 2016 at 7:15 pm
    Trump Won’t Stop Global Climate Action, Might Accidentally Help Air Quality One of the key differences between Clinton and Trump was their stances on climate change. Clinton had a strong plan to continue the USA’s leadership position, and Trump disputes its existence. However, a Trump presidency isn’t a disaster for climate action globally or in […]
  • Some Advice on Heat Pumps... - August 24, 2016 at 12:27 am
    From a report of the Diocesan Property Committee (23 August 2016) Heat Pumps Minimum efficiency standards for all types of heat pumps are regulated by the provincial Energy Efficiency Act. However, improvements in heat pump technology have outstripped the province’s ability to amend the appropriate regulations in a timely manner. The Energy Smart program has […]
  • Ecumenical Focus on Prayer for Creation... - August 17, 2016 at 10:42 pm
    Ecumenical focus on prayer for creation Posted on: August 17, 2016 10:47 AM [ACNS, by Gavin Drake] Anglican, Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christians are being asked to join in the World Day of Prayer for Creation on 1 September and to use the following month, leading up to the feast of St Francis of Assisi […]
  • Upper River Valley Heating Renos (WWPA)... - August 4, 2016 at 9:40 pm
    Background: The Parish of Wicklow, Wilmot, Peel and Aberdeen (Florenceville/Centreville area) in the Archdeaconry of Woodstock has 4 churches with 2 operating regularly. They were looking to reduce their energy costs for the operation of Good Shepherd and met with the Chair of the Property Committee. While it did not look like an overly strong […]