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Chevron and Imperial Oil have asked the National Energy Board to remove a long-standing safety requirement that protects the Arctic and its species from a catastrophic oil spill.
Bottom line: Any way you look at it, dumping untreated sewage into the Pacific Ocean is unacceptable.
We see a future where climate change is solved, and the air we breathe and the water we drink is clear and clean. This fall we’re starting an important conversation about what how we make that future now.
Join our own Jocelyn Anderson as she reflects on her experience at the Tar Sands Healing Walk.
Albert Koehl explains how political interference at the Commission for Environmental Cooperation is undermining your ability to protect yourself from mercury pollution.
B.C. Supreme ruling deals major blow to proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine.
Guest post: Mark Mattson wants Torontonians to know when sewage pollutes Lake Ontario. Find out how they want to address the sewage-pollution problem.
‘Harm to marine fish populations seems to be the exception, rather than the rule, following marine oil spills,’ company says.
A weak regulatory process is turning hearings in the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion into a lose-lose-lose situation for everyone involved.
While countries around the world are strengthening their environmental laws and recognizing environmental rights, Canadians are having to fight harder than ever for their right to breathe clean air and to be protected from harmful industrial activities.
Author and environmental columnist Adria Vasil wants to live in a Canada where you're better protected from toxic chemicals. Find out why she loves our work and discover how she's making a difference.
A new report from the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides suggests that neonicotinoid pesticides are a key factor in the decline of bees and other pollinators.
Regulators finally lay charges, but questions remain.
Ecojustice lawyers in Federal Court this week in an effort to quash fish farm licences that put wild salmon at risk
We disagree on many matters, but agree on one important thing: The review process needs more time.
Attention University of Ottawa science students. Now is your chance to develop the skills needed to succeed in the public and private sector. Learn how you can enroll in the Ecojustice Environmental Science and Law Clinic course (SCI4100).
Alberta Energy Regulator still yet to prove willingness to enforce environmental laws
At-risk whale species got some good news this month.
More than 85 per cent of endangered species in B.C. receive no protection under provincial or federal laws.
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