Let's take care of our land of plenty!

The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group's (PCSDG) mission is to engage citizen participation towards the sustainability of Cocagne watershed communities
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The link between energy and clean air is evident: the more energy we use, the more we produce greenhouse gases, which influence Climate Change. It is more efficient to reduce our contribution to pollution than to waste resources cleaning it up.

By improving the energy efficiency of our installations, we will reduce our consumption and save money while improving the environment. More efficient windows, better heating and lighting systems and better insulation can all help improve our energy efficiency.

Better energy efficiency can be applied to all buildings and houses as well as personal vehicles. Between April and
December 2007, more building energy efficiency assessments were done in New Brunswick than in all other 3 Atlantic provinces combined. On average, each improved residence, between February 2006 and December 2007, contributed to a 5,09 ton reduction of CO2.

Here are examples of simple actions that save money and reduce emissions In the commercial setting, lighting represents 21% of the energy consumption.
  • Use 25 watts T8 (F25T8) lamps and save 22% energy compared to the conventional T8 lamps.
  • Replace 10 traditional bulbs with LED bulbs in the EXIT signs for a $384 saving per year. Each sign has more than one bulb.

Available grants for businesses to improve energy efficiency

Provincial - Efficiency NB
Bright Ideas, Energy Smart and Start Smart are incentive programs to improve the energy efficiency of commercial buildings.

Financial incentives

  • Covers the cost of certain ecoenergetic lighting products
  • $1 000 to $3 000 per energy assessment
  • $10 to $15 saved by gigagoule (maximum $30 000 to 50 000)
  • New construction (maximum of $60 000)

Federal – Natural Resources Canada
Financial incentives
  • EcoENERGY Retrofit : Maximum of $50 000 per application and $250 000 per business
  • Industrial energy assessment programs


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Upcoming activities

November 13, 2018 Tuesday - A lunch-conference with the philosopher Alain Deneault : Economics and ecology, history of distinction

12pm to 1pm
Université de Moncton, room A-231, Pavillon Jeanne-de-Valois at  Moncton campus
in FRENCH

November 13, 2018 Tuesday - Presentation Kenneth Losier - From field to table, strenghten the Agri-Food supply chain

6:00pm
DAAF Regional Office, 381 Killam Dr., Moncton
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November 17, 2018 Saturday - Eco-Confluence

8:30am-4:30pm
New Maryland Centre, 754 New Maryland Hwy, just outside Fredericton
Registration with NBEN

A wildflower meadow for pollinators at the marina of Cocagne!


October 2018

Cocagne - This fall, GDDPC volunteers have planted a wildflower field for pollinators at the Cocagne Marina.

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The Pays de Cocagne in pictures

The Pays de Cocagne in pictures