Alliance to Protect Prince Edward County – committed to energy conservation and the development of responsible alternative forms of energy that preserve the unique historical, cultural, agricultural and rural character of the County and the natural beauty of its landscape.
The County Coalition for Safe and Appropriate Green Energy (CCSAGE) – citizens’ groups and business owners in PEC to ensure that Ontario’s Green Energy Act does not harm County residents, the natural environment or the local economy. Click here for more information.
THE COUNTY SUSTAINABILITY GROUP
The County Sustainability Group is involved in examining the specific challenges we will inevitably face because of global warming, climate change, peak oil, and resource constraints. If we act creatively, we have an opportunity to identify changes that can lead to a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle and a healthier environment—one with cleaner air, abundant water, fertile land, renewable energy , and a vibrant, caring community.
Gilead Power – Our mission is to identify and develop clean energy projects with respect for our environment, concern for our neighbours and responsibility to our shareholders.
The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists – We support renewable energy. But we also believe that wind turbines should never be built where they’re likely to cause significant harm to migrating birds and bats, and endangered species. That’s also the policy of Ontario Nature, a charitable organization which represents over 30,000 members and supporters, and 140 member groups across Ontario. – Click here for more information
Point to Point PEC – an organization of concerned local citizens working to protect Prince Edward County’s South Shore, specifically to protect the land between Point Petre to Prince Edward Point (a.k.a Long Point and Point Traverse), the waters beyond out to Main Duck Island.
SOUTH SHORE CONSERVANCY
The Prince Edward County South Shore Conservancy (SSC) – strives to ensure that only appropriate development occurs in the area so that its natural state sustains indefinitely the habitat and species found there.
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