A well established and long running magazine company that deals with a host of nature related topics within Canada, Canadian Geographic provides genuine news and experts from researchers, wildlife scientists, enthusiasts and some of the more important key players within Canada’s nature sector.
Canadian Geographic is available monthly either electronically or by mail and delivers all of the most high quality recent stories and information from across Canada on topics such as the environment, energy, education. science and technology and if you’d rather not pay for the subscriptions, they still have lots of posts that get updated periodically that have information regarding many different current issues in the environment.
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The RCEN was established in 1977 and is an aid tool that connects and allows for multiple not-for-profit non government organizations primarily in Canada to communicate, aid and work together for common goals.
They host national caucuses and discuses topics such as Environmental Planning, toxicity, mining, deforestation and so forth. They host their annual reports on their website for review which hold the names of various affiliated organizations along with the caucuses and their outcomes. Also included is their audits (2011 Audit) for previous years available to be seen so that investors can get a decent look at the health and viability of the organization as a whole.
They have consultations open and even offer job applications for people who are looking for a position in something relating to the environment so if you feel interested in anything relating feel free to check out the website by clicking on the photo above.