July 14 & 15, 2018
With more than 100 exhibitors and 30 speakers, the first edition of the Ottawa-Gatineau ECOSPHERE Fair will be the most complete and important environmental event. Organic foods, health, green housing, new technologies, electric cars tryouts and a Hemp festival.
Come to the most popular environmental exhibit in Quebec and discover products and gardening tricks, plan your upcoming green renovation projects, fill your wardrobe with ethical and ecological clothes, and be prepared to adopt new, healthy habits to boost your health.
Discover effective materials which are effective and have a low impact on the environment. For example, think of straw or hemp bales. Meet eco-entrepreneurs and inform yourself about healthy eco-habitation trends, green roof contractors, clean energy technologies (such as geothermal energy for example), masonry heater manufacturers, and distributors of solar photovoltaic panels.
Come listen to experts sharing their insight on sustainable transportation and try out electrical vehicles on the road.
The event will take place at Zibi parking on Pathway island in Gatineau.
Come to the fair on July 14 and 15. Kiosks will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ottawa Green / Environmental Festival
On October 12th 2017, Ecology Ottawa will be celebrating our 10th anniversary by hosting EcoFest – Ottawa’s biggest gathering of the environmental community… www.ecologyottawa.ca
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PowerShift, Friday October 26 – Monday October 29, 2012, Ottawa, Canada.
End fossil fuel subsidies! This October hundreds of youth will gather in Ottawa to be a part of a historic gathering to build the movement for just, sustainable future. For more information, how to help, or register:
Relaunching in June 2012, Green Ottawa is a unique gateway to everything green and sustainable in the Ottawa area.
Check out the events calendar, job postings or volunteer opportunities — and feel free to post your own. Doing some research or networking? Don’t miss our popular environmental directory of everything from grassroots groups to government departments.
The National Capital Green Pages is now accepting submissions for our print directory for 2012.
The National Capital Green Pages is a regional print and online directory containing listings of local products, services, businesses and organizations of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. This directory is designed to celebrate and support the many sustainable groups and businesses in the National Capital Region and to connect the public with eco-friendly options in their community.
The Green Pages were initially a print directory published by Seventh Generation Community Projects and available at community fairs and events. It has evolved over the years as a collaborative project that includes a print and online edition put together by Tucker House Renewal Centre, the Peace and Environment Resource Centre, and hosted online by Sustainable Eastern Ontario.
National Capital Region Green Pages | Submit a listing
Green Ottawa adds:
–> Green Pages 2008-2009 (.pdf)
–> Ottawa Environmental Directories, Resources & Networks
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3i Summit on Sustainability
Fri May 4 to Sat May 5, 2012
For the first time in Ottawa, leaders and change agents from many different sectors are coming together to collaborate and take action toward realizing Ottawa’s potential to be an environmentally sustainable city.
The “3i Summit on Sustainability: Collaborating for Action” will be held on May 4 & 5 at Dow’s Lake Pavilion. Local leaders and change agents who want to advance sustainability in Ottawa are encouraged to take part.
A goal of the Summit is to expand and tap into the pool of leaders and mentors from different sectors that can support new community greening projects and eco-business ventures. Catalyst leaders such as Moe Garahan, Executive Director of Ottawa’s Just Food, Stephen Guilbeault, Founder of Québec’s Equiterre and Tom Heintzman, Co-founder of Bullfrog Power will provide inspiration. A cultural celebration of the community’s accomplishments will take place during the Friday evening Sustainability Soirée.
Register on-line now.
Two-day registration is only $75 and includes two lunches and the Sustainability Soirée. Passes for the Soirée only may be purchased for $25.
For more information visit 3isummit.com or contact Laura Leet
projectcoordinator 3isummit.com, 613-656-7800.