The Ecojustice Blog
Think you have a say in decisions about new energy projects? Think again.
Ecojustice supporters call for greater transparency in oilsands region
Toxic emissions from oilsands facilities put waterways, fish and people at risk - take action today!
This week's Canadian environmental news recap includes Enbridge on the ropes at the Northern Gateway pipeline hearings, new standards to improve air quality, a video about our water footprint and more.
This week's Canadian environmental news recap includes legal action to protect endangered species, a premature obituary for the Northern Gateway pipeline, a Species at Risk Act report card and more.
This week's recap features Quebec's new government saying no to nuclear, the benefits of Rouge National Park visualized and a story that suggests the Northern Gateway pipeline may never get built.
This week's recap features several helpings of Enbridge-related news, pipeline hearings and applications, new regulations for coal power plants, a plan to improve water quality in the Great Lakes, an infographic on biodiversity and more.
The only way for Canada to address the effects of climate change, both here and abroad, is to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, which means curbing oilsands expansion and embracing renewable sources of energy.
This week's recap features a new pipeline-related proposal, personal stories from Canadians concerned about Enbridge's proposed pipeline, environmental assessments, news about British Columbia's orcas and endangered species.
How we’re turning up the heat on the feds for failure to protect woodland caribou
Today we bring you the first (or second) in what will be a weekly feature that will collect all the environmental news Canadians need to read, hear or watch.
Ecojustice delivers all the environmental news you need to read, hear or watch, including stories about a deadline for the review of Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline, a potential source of pipeline opposition, vulnerable species and a pipeline break up.
We're challenging Alberta's restrictive standing test to make sure Canadians are able to voice their concerns to decision-makers.
How this case is about much more than saving the caribou and why it matters
Court of Appeal ruling paves way for Albertans to get active on issues that affect their lives.
"Nationally, the species does not face an imminent threat to survival at this time," Kent tells media.
Six months after being told to reconsider emergency measures to protect Alberta’s caribou, the Minister has yet to act.
Executive director Devon Page on the Enbridge Northern Gateway project, one of Ecojustice's big priorities for 2012
It's unethical to allow tar sands developments to destroy Canada's boreal forest and drive Alberta's woodland caribou to extinction.
Controversial Milner plant expansion rolls ahead at full steam