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December 9th, 2009
Weekend of Global Action: December 11-14
World leaders are meeting in Copenhagen over the next two weeks to negotiate a new global climate agreement. From December 11-14, environmental organizations and individual Canadians are organizing events across the country to push for a “real deal” in Copenhagen.
Several RCEN members groups are involved in organizing these events and are depending on volunteers’ passion, time and resources to increase the impact of their actions.
For more information about these activities, please visit Climate Action Network Canada's website.
Happy Holidays from the RCEN!
The Canadian Environmental Network would like to wish happy holidays to its members and all readers of the e-Bulletin.
Please note that the RCEN national office will be closed from December 24th to January 3rd. The next edition of the e-Bulletin will be published on January 6th …2010!
This Week's Headlines:
Call for Delegates:
ENGO Reviewers for MEND Steering Committee Reports and Research Papers
Apply Now for 2010 Toyota Earth Day Scholarships
Tree Canada’s Focus on Forests Teaching Guide
Clean Annapolis River Project – ACAP Network Seeks to Renew Partnership Agreements
Greenpeace Report: Failed Audits, Destructive Logging in Canada’s Boreal Forest
What is The Story of Cap & Trade?
Environmental Regulations in Plain Language
Webinar on Building Model Green Communities
29th Annual Guelph Organic Conference
Environmental Technology Trade Show in Quebec
The Pembina Institute - Community Energy and GHG Planner
Stratégies Saint-Laurent - Executive Director
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