Environmental leaders set to meet in Truro for Eco Connects
Environmental leaders from across the province will be meeting in Truro later this month to discuss the future of conservation.
A news release from the Nova Scotia Environmental Network says Eco Connects will bring together leaders from government, ENGOs, First Nations, researchers, and youth to consider ways of building and enhancing environmental conservation in the province, with a focus in areas of water, coasts, forests, and energy/climate.
Guest speakers, workshops, roundtable and panel discussions are planned for the gathering, which will be held in Truro on September 22nd and 23rd.
You can register until September 15th at Eco Connects.