Bio for Randy Christensen, Staff Lawyer
Staff Lawyer Randy Christensen believes that water is Canada’s most important resource – essential to life, health and our livelihoods. Randy helps concerned Canadians and grassroots organizations protect bodies of water, as well as the species and critical functions they support. Randy is the author of Ecojustice’s high-profile Waterproof reports, which outline the need to keep Canada’s drinking water plentiful and safe.
- Drinking Water
Randy, who joined Ecojustice in 1997, has also fought to ensure that citizens have a meaningful right to know, often battling governments in freedom of information battles.
Randy spends his time cycling and hiking.
Taku River Tlingit First Nation, Ecojustice announce litigation over validity of Tulsequah Chief Mine EAO CertificateMedia Release | Jan 22, 2014 10:00 AM
Improper decision-making processes, lack of consultation, environmental issues top concerns about controversial mine project Read more.
Nov 17, 2011 02:40 PM
More than a decade after deadly gaps in drinking water management killed seven people in Walkerton, Ont., Ecojustice has released Waterproof 3, our third drinking water report card, which concludes that the federal government is still failing to ensure all Canadians have reliable access to safe, clean water. Read more.
Nov 15, 2011 07:00 AM
New Ecojustice report card points to continuing lack of national drinking water standards. Read more.
Apr 13, 2011 12:25 PM
Ecojustice's Randy Christensen on why P3 projects don't work Read more.