The Ecojustice Blog
On World Water Day, Anastasia Lintner explains why working to protect and conserve water is her life's passion and talks about the truth worth of water.
Ecojustice to challenge federal government’s secrecy around endangered prairie bird
This week's recap includes reasons why U.S. President Barack Obama should say no to the Keystone XL pipeline, pesticide regulations in British Columbia and good news for Canada's forests.
Find out how Ecojustice helped Varda Burstyn, a Canadian author suffering from Environmental Sensitivities, improve her life and have her disability recognized by the federal government.
This week's recap includes an investigation into oilsands pollution in Northern Alberta, a infographic about water and a call for action on salmon.
Japan's nuclear disaster is a stark reminder that we must use precaution when building nuclear reactors in Ontario.
Toxic emissions from oilsands facilities put waterways, fish and people at risk - take action today!
This week's recap includes our work to protect southern resident killer whales from harm and an investigation into the muzzling of government scientists.
Pierre Sadik, based in Ottawa, is Ecojustice’s new manager of law and policy. Here he is, in his own words.
We're helping Ontarians review an agreement that could harm a local aquifer.
Ontario's Greenbelt is eight years old today. Anastasia Lintner writes about why it's important to protect green space from development.
This week's recap includes a legal precedent to protect migratory birds, ads on "responsible resource development" and a study on whether the oilsands are making people sick.
Read on to learn about Ecojustice's efforts to oppose the Northern Gateway pipeline, save our national endangered species law, ensure that the people of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation aren't forced to breathe in air laced with toxic chemicals, and much more in the Winter 2013 newsletter.
Ecojustice called the recent judgment in one of our prosecutions a significant environmental law precedent and a major victory for migratory birds. Was this just spin for the media, given that the company was ultimately acquitted of the charges? The answer is no.
This week's recap includes Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline hearings and an unsettling report on how the federal government is protecting the health of our economy and environment.
Staff lawyer William Amos offers the keys to a website, the Environmental Hansard, that allows Canadians like you to keep tabs on government.
More than five months into technical hearings on the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, the National Energy Board panel tasked with reviewing the project will finally hear evidence on the risk the pipleine poses to British Columbia’s coastline.
Today's report from Scott Vaughan, Canada's Environmental Commissioner, suggests Ottawa needs to reconsider its regulations for offshore oil spill liability or Canadians like you may be on the hook for costly cleanups.
Articling student Charlie Hatt on the Ecojustice impact - using our legal expertise to make sure local groups are heard when they stand up for the environment.
Staff lawyer Justin Duncan returns with stories on fracking, offshore oil spills, infected salmon, owls and climate change, an infographic and a little something extra.