Learn more about responsible energy development in New Brunswick – watch our videos below.

Chris Rouse: Transitioning to a Low-Carbon Economy in New Brunswick: Why public investments are better than incentives. The event was organized by the Coalition for Responsible Energy Development in New Brunswick (CRED-NB), Extinction Rebellion New Brunswick, and the RAVEN project (Rural Action and Voices for the Environment) at the University of New Brunswick.



Rick Cheeseman of the VOICES for Sustainable Environments and Communities group created this engaging presentation in both official languages that explains in everyday language what Small Modular Reactors are, and are not. It leaves it up to you to decide what is fact and what is fiction. A must-see for anyone concerned that millions of climate change funds are being quietly diverted to SMRs.

Click here to access the presentation.


What are the links between nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons?

CRED-NB hosted this webinar with international experts to explore the links and reflect on the lessons learned from the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear weapons. Co-hosts were the Canadian Environmental Law Association, Beyond Nuclear and the NB Media Co-op.


More nuclear reactors (SMRs) for New Brunswick?

The province and NB Power are promoting two more nuclear reactors (SMRs), to be built next to the existing reactor at Point Lepreau on the Bay of Fundy.  On Jan. 14, 2021, the New Brunswick Environmental Network (NBEN) invited Susan O’Donnell, CRED-NB member and leader of the RAVEN project, to make a presentation about the proposed nuclear reactors. The video was published by the NB Media Co-op. You can view it here (31 minutes):

Debunking the myths about Small Modular Nuclear Reactors (SMRs)

CRED-NB co-hosted this international event with Beyond Nuclear and the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) on October 21, 2020 (1 hour 38 minutes).

Solar Energy Development in New Brunswick: Roundtable Webinar

A video of a lively and informative session recorded July 31, 2020 with experts and policy makers. Hosted by CRED-NB and organized by MJM Solar Solutions (1 hour)


A Sustainable Future –
Powering NB without Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

CRED-NB member Sam Arnold analyzes an alternative vision for powering New Brunswick. Posted July 27, 2020 (3 minutes)


Small Modular Nuclear Reactors in NB?

According to Sam Arnold, CRED-NB member, the SMNRs are not small, not clean, not renewable, not affordable, not necessary. Posted July 27, 2020. (3 minutes)

Dr. Gordon Edwards: Small Modular Nuclear Reactors: Not small, not green, not clean, not affordable

CRED-NB was formed by the groups that hosted the visit by Dr. Gordon Edwards to New Brunswick in March 2020. This video of his webinar presentation was published by the NB Media Co-op. A transcript of the video is available here.