The Ecojustice Blog
This week's recap of environmental news from Canada includes a toxic waste spill in Alberta and new insight on the state of water in Canada.
Nancy Goucher of Environmental Defence says the International Joint Commission needs more Canadian voices to be effective.
This week's recap includes endangered animals, the Northern Gateway pipeline and an infographic from World Environment Day.
Province says questions about pipeline have not been ‘satisfactorily answered’
Ontario's new legislation would protect citizens from lawsuits intended to stop individuals from voicing environmental or public interest concerns.
Learn why our client, Ada Lockridge, thinks Ecojustice supporters are heroes.
This week's recap includes new polling on pipelines, oilsands exemptions and threats to endangered species.
In a crisis, we take immediate action. Maybe we need to think like we're in a crisis when it comes to water conservation.
This week's recap includes a campaign to save the Species at Risk Act, the importance of Canada's Boreal Forest and more.
May 22 is the International Day for Biodiversity and we’re celebrating by renewing efforts to save the Species at Risk Act from the chopping block.
The Holmes Hydro project will not have to undergo an environmental assessment, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled in a decision handed down late last week. Here's our take on the decision.
This recap includes taxpayer-funded advertisements for Canadian oil, higher greenhouse gas emissions and a wetlands video.
How Ecojustice is helping Alexandra Morton take the fight to get infected fish out of the water to Federal Court
Sometimes the best fix for an environmental problem is the one where we let nature do its thing.
Think you have a say in decisions about new energy projects? Think again.
This week's recap includes a debate about how to protect bees from pesticides, a series of stories about the Keystone XL pipeline and an update on the Cohen Commission report into sockeye salmon.
May is LEAVE A LEGACY month and Jocelyn Anderson explains why Frances Litman's legacy is a gift that will protect future generations.
This week's recap includes a new analysis of the Northern Gateway pipeline, several stories about Canada's forests and musician Sarah Harmer.
As technical hearings on Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline wind down, Ecojustice’s Tim Leadem reflects on what’s at stake.
Ecojustice supporters call for greater transparency in oilsands region