The Ecojustice Blog
There are many ways to leave a lasting impact - legacy giving on one such way to make a big difference.
May is a milk-free month at Ecojustice's Vancouver office. Read on to find out why.
We won't be silenced. Join us as we stand up for nature and democracy.
More than one third of 400+ page bill dedicated to shredding Canada’s environmental laws
Hazardous waste hauling needs oversight to prevent illegal dumping.
Announced changes undermine Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and Canada’s environmental laws.
Ecojustice files petition to Auditor General about energy giant’s pipeline plans
Time for some spring cleaning and a lesson on how little things add up — negatively AND positively.
Our long court battle may be over, but the real work is just beginning
At Ecojustice, we're always looking for ways to work smarter and greener. Read more about the sustainability measures we've taken to reduce our footprint.
Groups expect feds to roll back environmental laws, but details are still unclear.
Why you should care about preserving our environmental laws
Some sage words of wisdom from 1977 on why you must protect habitat if you want to protect fish.
Ecojustice staffers brave the rain and cold to stand up against tanker traffic on B.C.'s coast.
More than 65,000 people from around the globe helped us deliver a strong message to Environment Canada.
Why we’re launching a case challenging the proposed Lower Churchill Project
And we're talking about pipelines ...
How this case is about much more than saving the caribou and why it matters
We’ve launched a new case to protect this iconic Prairie bird.
Court of Appeal ruling paves way for Albertans to get active on issues that affect their lives.