The Ecojustice Blog
11 environmental stories you should read this week (and what Nelson Mandela can teach environmentalists)
This week's recap includes stories on the sage grouse emergency order, British Columbia's Douglas fir, pipeline updates and some thoughts on what environmentalists could learn from Nelson Mandela.
Today we reveal the endangered species you voted onto our new holiday eCard and remind you why we're using the law to protect Ontario's wildlife and wilderness.
Records obtained through Access to information Act call Northern Gateway review process into question
Mark your calendars - Ecojustice lawyers will be in court Jan 8 to defend Canada’s endangered species
This week, your environmental news recap includes stories about genetically modified salmon eggs, delays for federal oil and gas regulations, changes to the Fisheries Act and more.
This week's recap includes stories about the plight of polar bears, climate-change promises and the Northern Gateway pipeline review panel's refusal to consider new data on the dangers to whales.
A new report from the Center for Environmental Health shows that 90 per cent of children's foam chairs and couches they analyzed contain harmful flame retardants chemicals linked to health problems.
This week's recap includes a Canada-sponsored shout out to carbon-tax repealing politicians in Australia, as well as news about Ontario's Ring of Fire, a genetically modified apple and a fracking lawsuit.
Staff lawyer Justin Duncan explains why Ecojustice is in court to protect Ontarians from the risks of building new nuclear reactors on the shore of Lake Ontario.
A Q&A with staff lawyer Karen Campbell that tells you everything you need to know about our latest lawsuit.
This week's recap includes stories about the state of species protection from federal and provincial environmental watchdogs as well as news that could affect pipeline projects in Alberta and British Columbia.
To best protect species, air, water and the environment, we must focus on how all things on Earth are connected.
Ontario Nature's Anne Bell explains why protecting wildlife and wilderness is important and how Ecojustice's expertise helps her organization accomplish its objectives.
This week's environmental news recap includes a column about Canada's government and greenhouse gas emissions, a victory for humpback whales and Great Lakes' pollution.
Dr. David Suzuki, one of Ecojustice's honorary board members, challenges the federal government to make good on its promise to protect wild salmon.
When we think of endangered species, we often think of animals. But endangered trees need our help too.
This week's top story involves killer whales that live off the coasts of Alaska and British Columbia, but you'll also get news about salmon and the Cohen Commission, as well as pipeline updates.
Watch this photo slideshow featuring Ecojustice client Ada Lockridge. You'll hear her speak about life in Sarnia, Ontario, and her battle to protect her family from air pollution.
This week, our top environmental news story is about air pollution, but you'll also get updates on the Northern Gateway pipeline, invasive species and nuclear waste.
Staff lawyer Albert Koehl outlines why Ecojustice is opposing Enbridge's Line 9B pipeline reversal in Ontario and Quebec.