• Public Awareness

    Bringing awareness through education, action, and service.

  • Climate Change

    Providing solutions for reversing changes in global climate patterns.

  • Sustainable Living

    Promoting the reduction of society's use of Earth's natural resources.

  • Waste Reduction

    Decreasing the amount of waste produced by a person or a society.

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UPCOMING EVENT: Building Localized Economies, May 22nd and 23rd
A gathering to serve people and the environment

Ecology North Invites you to attend a gathering on May 22nd and 23rd at the Tree of Peace Friendship Centre in Yellowknife to discuss building a northern economy focused on local needs and renewable resources. Speakers will provide a wide range of perspectives on pressing issues like food and energy security, education, climate change, and governance.

NWT residents can also visit localizedeconomies.ca to watch live video of presentations and take part in discussions.

Breakfast, Lunch and afternoon Snacks will be provided.

You can register to attend the conference by emailing admin@ecologynorth.ca. You can make payment online by clicking the donate now button on our website and selecting "Building Localized Economies Gathering" from the drop down menu, or you can drop in to our office on 51st street with a cheque.

If you have any questions you can email Jeremy at jflatt@ecologynorth.ca.

Ecology North is a charitable, non-profit organization based in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada that was formed in 1971 to support sound environmental decision-making on an individual, community and regional level.

Ecology North's programs focus on three priorities: public education and awareness, climate change, and sustainable living. A common thread throughout all of the Ecology North programming is an emphasis on environmental, social and community well-being.

Ecology North maintains collaborative partnerships with a number of other local community and educational organizations to promote public education, sustainable living and climate change adaptation and mitigation.

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