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RCEN e-Bulletin — 28 October 2009

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October 28th, 2009

A Snapshot of ENGO Biodiversity Activities in Canada

Read about some of the wonderful biodiversity-related activities happening across the country!

From Newfoundland to the Yukon, environmental NGOs have sent us examples of their most innovative work related to the conservation, sustainable use, and awareness of biodiversity.

These submissions from RCEN members were gathered during our “Pan-Canadian Biodiversity Best Practices/Case Studies Contest”. Read More ...

The RCEN National Office is Moving!

Please note that our office will be moving on October 30th. We are pleased to be moving in with Oxfam Canada, in their LEED-certified building near the Rideau River, just east of downtown Ottawa. Our new mailing address is:

39 McArthur Avenue, Level 1-1
Ottawa ON K1L 8L7

All other contact information will remain the same. Thank you for updating your lists.

This Week's Headlines

Call for Delegates

Bisphenol A (CAS 80-05-7) Proposed Regulations Consultation

Announcements

Office of Consumer Affairs - Call for Submissions 2010-2011

Charting Adaptation to Climate Change Using Agrobiodiversity

Towards a World Summit on Sustainable Development 2012

Action Alerts

ForestEthics - Tell McGuinty: “Save the 'Bou!”

Sign CPAWS Pledge to “Make Forests Count!”

Employment

Pembina Institute - Communications Lead (Calgary)

CIELAP – Policy Research Assistant / Youth Engagement Coordinator


Note: the deadline for submissions to the next e-Bulletin is Monday, at 11am (ET). Please send 100 words or less (in English and French) to bulletin [at] cen-rce [dot] org.

Disclaimer

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Canadian Environmental Network
300-945 Wellington St. W.
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 2X5

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Posted October 29, 2009 by Anonymous

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