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Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway Program takes over Clean Foundation’s Great Nova Scotia Pick-Me-Up

Government of Canada supports climate education by Clean Foundation’s Clean Climate Action School

Clean Foundation offering free workshops to North Shore communities looking to take coastal restoration into their own hands

Clean Foundation selected to provide training and support for Nova Scotian municipalities working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

A new website helps Nova Scotians discover their home's solar power potential, and the programs available to help them achieve it

HomeWarming program reaches milestone for helping low-income Nova Scotians

Celebrate repair culture, learn how to DIY, and support local businesses at the Fix-It Fair

Shannon Harding, Clean's Director of Programs, named to 2019 Clean50

Northumberland Strait Coastal Restoration Project Invites you to Bioblitz

Youth are invited to join the Clean Coastal Challenge at the G7 Ocean Partnership Summit

Clean Foundation selected to help seven municipalities adapt to the impacts of climate change

The Clean Leadership program is ready to employ 56 youth in the environmental field this summer

Clean Leadership now accepting proposals for summer intern projects

On Giving Tuesday, kids are raising money for environmental education in schools

Fix-it Fair to take place at Halifax Forum on October 21st, 2017

Clean to deliver Science Horizons in Atlantic Canada

Our annual impact

Family Oceans Day

See Change: Tides of Environmental Learning

Clean Energy Financing wins Climate Change Leaders Award

A good Canada-wide climate policy means growth for Nova Scotia

A green leader to call our own

Fix-it Fair October 19 - Divert Waste. Fix it.

Join us September 26 for a workshop on the Envision framework for sustainable infrastructure

Clean Foundation partners with North Preston's Future organization

Homeowners in Bridgewater & districts of Lunenburg, Shelburne, Digby can now get affordable financing for cleaner energy for their homes

Nova Scotia Youth Corps expands into Barbados, helping more youth get green jobs

Clean Foundation Annual General Meeting - June 22, 2016

The Great Nova Scotia Pick-Me-Up launches with community clean-up of Fisherman’s Cove

Can you help shape an environmentally sustainable future in Atlantic Canada? Join our board.

Some trash talk on Earth Day 2016

Clean welcomes new Executive Director Scott Skinner

Clean signs open letter on carbon pricing system for Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Youth Corps program that employs young people in the environmental field gets five more years of funding

Panel discussion on the Paris Climate Conference features NS delegates including Clean Foundation staff

Regional network of environmental experts releases recommendations for a clean economy in the Maritimes

Clean Foundation welcomes the Paris Agreement on Climate Change as a critical step forward

A celebration of Clean Climate Leadership in Nova Scotia during the Global Climate Summit

Clean Foundation to attend Global Climate Conference in Paris

Talking about climate change with kids - Clean offers resources for teachers

Clean Foundation welcomes new Federal Environment Minister and looks forward to green action

Stormwater conference to explore how Atlantic Canada can better cope with flooding and other effects of climate change

During Waste Reduction Week, Clean Foundation encourages everyone to reduce their trash, clean across Nova Scotia

Stormwater project to help Atlantic Canadians better cope with flooding, erosion and effects of climate change

2015 Commuter Challenge results

Over 50 youth hired through Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps to work on environment projects

Clean helps the 2015 Blue Nose Marathon be more environmentally responsible

2015 Clean Scholarship Winner Announced

Earth Day could also be Green Jobs Day - a message from the Clean Foundation

The Great Nova Scotia Pick-Me-Up litter campaign now welcoming team registrations

Clean supports 'daylighting' of Sawmill River in Dartmouth

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