The most recent Ecojustice publications
Waterproof: Standards - Ecojustice's special investigative report examines how Canada's drinking water standards measure up against international benchmarks
Getting It Right in Ontario's Far North - The Need for a Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment in the Ring of Fire [Wawangajing]
Wildlife Conservation Society Canada and Ecojustice believe that -- without a comprehensive planning tool -- development in the Ring of Fire poses serious risks to the environment, as well as the livelihood of First Nations. They are urging a more coordinated approach in this report.
Ecojustice shares its annual Victories Report, highlighting a series of environmental wins for endangered or at-risk species, Canadians and the air, water and land that sustains us. Thanks to our generous supporters who made those victories possible.
Ecojustice analyzed 12 Ontario municipalities in the Great Lakes Basin to see how they're dealing with sewage pollution, which is endangering plant and animal species and making water unsafe for recreational use.
Spring is in the air and that means Ecojustice’s annual Victories Report, sharing another year of wins for the environment, is available to download.
Ecojustice research has revealed that in Northern Alberta, oilsands operators emit toxins that end up in the Athabasca River, contaminating a waterway that’s home to more than half of the province’s fish species.