Mark Butler, Policy Director at the Ecology Action Centre in Halifax, NS, talks about how he first got involved in RCEN's Water, Fisheries and Oceans Caucus, and how the network supports smaller groups looking to plug into the national environmental scene.
Anne Lindsey, former Executive Director of the Manitoba Eco-Network, talks about her involvement in both the provincial and national networks, and the importance of building the capacity of environmental groups.
Denise McDonald, co-founder of Regina EcoLiving in Saskatchewan, talks about her non-profit experience and the importance of collaborating with others via networks like the Saskatchewan Eco-Network and the RCEN.
Diane Pachal, Alberta WILD Director at Sierra Club Canada, talks about her participation in one particular RCEN annual meeting, and how networking with other ENGOs helped stop clearcut logging in Wood Buffalo National Park.
An interview with Ed Burt, a long-time member of the RCEN, at his home on Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Here Ed talks about the incredible people he's met in the Network, the importance of cooperation and caribou rooms.
An interview with Dave Stevens, from member group CHOKED, located in British Columbia. Dave discusses how he first got involved in environmental issues and with the RCEN. He also talks about the broader movement's main challenges moving forward.