The Ecojustice Blog
Why Ecojustice is saying no to Nestlé and fighting to keep Ontarians' taps flowing
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.
Ecojustice and Earthroots launch Solving Moraine Drain — the third in a series of three infographics — which outlines recommendations for the Government of Ontario's management of water on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
Ecojustice and Earthroots launch Moraine Management — the second in a series of three infographics — which outlines the problems plaguing the Government of Ontario's management of water on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
Ecojustice and Earthroots launch our three-part infographic series with Moraine Drain, a look at our investigation into how the Government of Ontario is managing water on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
This week's Canadian environmental news recap includes a carbon tax kerfuffle, celebrities against the Northern Gateway pipeline, our lawyers helping to stop new nuclear reactors from being built in Ontario and more.
Ontario ministries need to stop thwarting public's ability to participate in environmental decision making
Ecojustice responds to a report from the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario on how provincial ministries are preventing Ontarians from participating in environmental decision making.
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.
Guest blogger Jessica Bell shares the story of the Ki Indigenous Nation and a team of paddlers that are on a mission to protect their home, culture, and a watershed that provides them with food and clean water, from environmental harm.
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.
Greenpeace Canada and the Canadian Environmental Law Association want to ensure that health and drinking water risks posed by new reactors on the shore of Lake Ontario are known and addressed before any construction or site preparation can begin.