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Silver winner
Jean Paradis Founder and CEO of Négawatts
Jean Paradis
Founder and CEO of Négawatts

Climate Change, 2002

Beneficiary: Négawatts, $5,000 award

"Human turbines are keeping our rivers wild."

Bio

Silver winner
Briony Penn Environmental broadcaster and educator
Photo: Larry Halverson
Briony Penn
Environmental broadcaster and educator

Environmental Learning, 2003

"The survival of wild surroundings is fundamental to me. Eliminate the landscape, and you erase all memory."

Bio

Gold winner
Petitcodiac Riverkeeper
Petitcodiac Riverkeeper
Aquatic restoration group

Wildlife and Nature, 2002

Beneficiary: The Petitcodiac Riverkeeper, $5,000 award

"We're determined not to lose this river on our watch."

Bio Website

Silver winner
Quest Outreach Society
Photo: Perry Zavitz
Quest Outreach Society
Food-recovery program

Sustainable Living, 2006

Beneficiary: Quest Outreach Society, $2,500 award

"We're capturing less than one percent of the existing food surplus."

Bio Video

Silver winner
RAPPEL
Photo: Andrée N. Alair
RAPPEL
Shoreline protection association

Environmental Learning, 2004

"Sediments are the cholesterol of our lakes and rivers. That's why we must intervene early in the erosion process."

Bio Video Website

Silver winner
Rivière Vivante
Photo: Serge Plamondon
Rivière Vivante
Restoration of the Saint-Charles River

Restoration & Rehabilitation, 2006

Beneficiary: Rivière Vivante, $2,500 award

"Our goal was to bring life back to the Saint-Charles River."

Bio Video

Silver winner
Wayne Roberts Project Coordinator, Toronto Food Policy Council
Wayne Roberts
Project Coordinator, Toronto Food Policy Council

Sustainable Living, 2002

"I like to piece together win-win situations."

Bio Website

Silver winner
Anne Marie Ross Organizer, Cape Breton coke-oven action
Anne Marie Ross
Organizer, Cape Breton coke-oven action

Environmental Health, 2002

"We feel as if we're living in cages. We can't let our children
go outside in bare feet."

Bio




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