Ministère de l'Environnement
et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques
Search Quebec.ca

Press Releases - Archive 2012

December 14, 2012 The Parc National Tursujuq is the biggest park in Eastern continental North America
December 13, 2012

QUÉBEC GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO CARBON MARKET

November 1, 2012

Study concerning a Marine Protected Area around the Îles de la Madeleine (Magdalen Islands)
THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE IS UP AND RUNNING

July 26, 2012

CANADA-QUEBEC INVESTMENT OF OVER $25M IN A PROJECT INVOLVING THE TREATMENT OF ORGANIC WASTE THROUGH BIOMETHANIZATION IN SAINT-HYACINTHE

June 29, 2012 QUÉBEC AND CALIFORNIA HOLDING COURSE TOWARD A COMMON CARBON MARKET
June 28, 2012

Green and Blue Belt
$20 M for the creation of a biKE and pedestrian path in THE greater montréal AREA

June 28, 2012

MNA’S FOR VAUDREUIL AND SOULANGES ANNOUNCE AN INVESTMENT OF $ 195 108 FOR THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE ON GROUNDWATER IN THE REGION OF VAUDREUIL-SOULANGES

June 11, 2012

QUÉBEC TAKES A FURTHER STEP TOWARDS THE CREATION OF A CARBON MARKET

June 3, 2012

THE PREMIER ANNOUNCES THE 2013-2020 CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN

May 23, 2012

Opémican National Park Project
PIERRE ARCAND INVITES EVERYONE TO PARTICIPATE IN PUBLIC HEARINGS

May 9, 2012 STUDY ON THE CREATION OF A MARINE PROTECTED AREA IN ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE  - ADVISORY COMMITTEE FORMED
May 1, 2012

$4.6 MILLION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN THE TERRITORY OF PLAN NORD

April 27, 2012

International Scientific Symposium
QUÉBEC WELCOMES EXPERTS TO DISCUSS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN AREA COVERED BY PLAN NORD

March 28, 2012 Opémican National Park Project
MINISTER PIERRE ARCAND ANNOUNCES PUBLIC HEARINGS IN TÉMISCAMINGUE
February 5, 2012

The Plan Nord
PREMIER JEAN CHAREST ANNOUNCES GUIDELINES FOR PROTECTING 50% OF THE TERRITORY OF THE PLAN NORD

Back

Evaluation of the page Learn more

As part of its 2019—2023 Strategic Plan, the Ministère wishes to improve access to information that is available on its website. Can we count on your co-operation by responding to a survey at the bottom of each page? This will enable us to evaluate how easy it was to find the information you were looking for.

How easy was it to find the information you were looking for today?
Easy Difficult

Return to the top