News

Laval ZéN holds its very first webinar

November 15 2022

Laval ZéN (zero net emissions), a project supported by Conseil régional de l'environnement de Laval, will present on December 15 an overview of Laval's socio-ecological transition.

A Biodiversity fresco as COP15 approaches

November 09 2022

Thanks to the Climate of change initiative (démarche Climat de changement), Laval ZéN, Conseil régional de l’environnement de Laval and Fresque de la Biodiversité Québec are glad to present a Biodiversity fresco (Fresque de la biodiversité), as the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP15) planned for December 2022 in Montreal draws nearer.

Launching of the 'Climatoréplique' campaign

October 28 2022

Let's chat about climate and energy... in a NOT boring way! In collaboration with Hydro-Quebec and Carburant humain, the Regroupement national des conseils régionaux de l’environnement du Québec (RNCREQ) launches the Climato Réplique on TikTok. This initiative in energy literacy targets a young audience (18-34 years old) and reunites 9 content creators that rectify with humour and simplicity some myths regarding the climate and energy as well.

'CRE de Laval' celebrates 25+1 years of existence with great success

October 24 2022

It was on October 21, in Eco-Nature's location room, that a special evening highlighting the 25+1 years of foundation of Conseil régional de l'environnement (CRE) de Laval was held.

Press release: the Supreme Court judgment does not prevent Laval from protecting Barbe stream's woodland

October 03 2022

CRE de Laval publishes today a press release (in French) whose purpose is to review the discussions regarding the protection of Barbe stream's woodland, for which several interpretations of the Law were heard.

Provincial elections: 'CRE de Laval' unveils electoral leaflets listing environmental priorities

September 21 2022

As the provincial elections are getting closer, Conseil régional de l'environnement de Laval is proud to present seven leaflets (in French) summarizing environmental priorities, as a way to invite candidates from all political parties to act now for the environment and to remind voters that the provincial government has the means to tackle the identified issues.