The Ecojustice Blog
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.
Ecojustice Executive Director Devon Page was named to the 2013 Clean50 list, an award that celebrates his leadership in ensuring that polluters pay for environmental harm, protecting endangered species and helping to defend every Canadians’ right to a healthy environment.
This week’s recap features a Northern Gateway pipeline gaffe from Enbridge, some polling numbers on climate change, a victory in the mission to reduce our exposure to dangerous chemicals and more.
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 and a number of groups believe Quebec should stop supporting the mining and export of asbestos, a known human carinogen.
Ecojustice is calling on the federal government to regulate the chemical triclosan from more than 1,600 consumer products in order to protect your health and environment.