The Ecojustice Blog
Justin Duncan explains why Manitoba's new legislation to ban certain cosmetic pesticides is good news for people, pets, wildlife and the environment.
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Disappointing action plan doesn't go far enough to help killer whale recovery efforts.
Last week, the Parliamentary Budget Officer said cleanup costs for contaminated sites would cost Canadians billions of dollars. Pierre Sadik explains how enforcing the polluter pays principle could change that.
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Karen Campbell with a fresh perspective on our B.C. Supreme Court fracking and water use case.
Senior staff scientist Dr. Elaine MacDonald wants you to know about recent developments in our work to protect bees and wild pollinators from neonicotinoid pesticides like clothianidin.
Staff lawyer Albert Koehl shows how the National Energy Board approved Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow and capacity of its Line 9 pipeline without considering the most important factor.
This week we were in B.C. Supreme Court in a bid to protect freshwater resources in British Columbia.
If a pipeline proponent says its project will benefit all Canadians, then shouldn't all Canadians have the opportunity to weigh in during the decision-making process?
What you should know about fracking in northeastern B.C. and how it's affecting local freshwater resources.
University of Toronto professor Dan Dolderman reveals his secret weapon — environmental psychology — in the fight to protect the planet for his children (and the rest of us).
When we think of endangered species, we often think of animals. But endangered trees need our help too.
Discover how Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights is helping to protect your air, land and water 20 years after it came into force.
Federal Court ruling marks the successful end to one of our biggest lawsuits ever.
Simplify your Hansard research with EnviroHansard.ca — a free website that focuses on parliamentary discussions about the environment so you can spend less time researching and more time protecting Canada's environment.
An illustrated guide to the climate change and energy issues Ecojustice is monitoring or working on in 2014, including pipelines, arctic offshore drilling and the oilsands, plus our vision for a more sustainable future.
A bill that will protect Ontarians from lawsuits meant to stifle free speech, especially when it comes to defending the environment, is in jeopardy. But your support could save it.
Ecojustice lawyers are representing environmental groups in a legal action challenging the federal government's decision to approve the manufacture of genetically modified salmon in Canada.
We promised that we’d fight back on Northern Gateway. Now it’s official.