Category: The Canadian Environment Network

Environmental Research for educating people about environmental imbalance

Environmental Research for educating people about environmental imbalance Environmental research is all about the air, water, earth, and else. The study shows, the modernization of the city makes a perfect living place, but it damages the nature. To make the living society, every year billions of trees are eliminated. The development in an industrial area, [Continue]

Mission of Canadian Environment Network

  The CEN is an independent, non-partisan organization. It does not take positions on environmental issues.   Rather, the CEN actively encourages and supports those who take part in public consultation processes, participate in working groups, or who are delegates to national and international conferences.   More and more federal government departments favour the CEN’s because [Continue]

Working with Others

The consulting, support and networking services, originally developed for Environment Canada, are now being used by other ministries and government organizations.   The growing list includes: Canadian International Development Agency, Natural Resources Canada, Human Resources Development Canada, Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, International Development [Continue]

Getting Connected

Environmental groups wishing to join the CEN can do so by applying to the regional network in their province or territory.   Organizations or partners interested in our publications, our services, or who wish to get more information about how to fill a position on a committee or delegation should contact the CEN’s national office directly.

What Canadian Environment Network do?

  The CEN keeps members up to date with important developments by maintaining a national data base of ENGOs and partners working in the environmental field.   Moreover, CEN compiling and publishing the green list directory which lists more than 2000 environmental groups, international networks, industries associations and governmental contacts. CEN also establishing links between Canadian [Continue]