Community Resilience

Forty Years of Activism Environment North's 40 year history of environmental activism is described in an article by Charlene Rogers and will be celebrated at the AGM on April 21, 2011. April 21, 2012
SOLARIUM: A Case Study by Susan Grinstead
written in 2005 for The Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada
March 27, 2012
The Lake Superior Binational Forum: On the Harper Government chopping block By Elysia Petrone-Reitberger, board member of Environment North.
The 1909 "Boundary Waters" Treaty established the International Joint Commission (IJC). The Commission has six members, three from Canada and three from the USA. Former Thunder Bay- Superior North MP Joe Comuzzi is presently one of the Canadian members...
January 22, 2012
The Costs of Green Energy Scott Harris's letter to the editor was originally published in the Chronicle-Journal on Saturday, March 5, 2011.
"Being Prepared" in a Climate of Change Article by Peter Rosenbluth was first published in the Chronicle Journal on February 26, 2011. The article discusses the costs of not adapting to climate change and the upcoming conference "Climate Change: Moving towards Adaptation" February 26, 2011
Winds of Change Article by Gaétan Ayotte and Kerstin Muth originally published in the Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal on August 14, 2010. August 14, 2010
Home Sweet Home: Building for the future New building design and construction will be undergoing a revolution in the next decades. There are two primary motivations: environmental concerns (sustainability and climate change) and energy costs. Read More... April 5, 2010
Comments on the "Proposed Growth Plan for Northern Ontario" Julee Boan, president of Environment North has written comments on the "Proposed Growth Plan for Northern Ontario" and these were submitted in March 2010. Read More... March 7, 2010
The Environment as a Priority - A Real Opportunity to Put Canada on Track Letter To The Prime Minister dated October 4, 2006. October 4, 2006
Food Security: Moving to a local harvest By JoAnne Henderson Published in the Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal, August 26, 2006 August 26, 2006
The grass is always greener By Julee Boan for ENVIRONMENT north This article appeared in the Chronicle-Journal on July17, 2006. July 17, 2006