Ecojustice goes to court and uses the power of the law to defend nature, combat climate change, and fight for a healthy environment for all.
Our strategic, innovative public interest lawsuits lead to legal precedents that deliver lasting solutions to our most urgent environmental problems.
We represent community groups, non-profits, Indigenous communities, and individual Canadians on the frontlines of the fight for environmental justice.
On behalf of our fearless clients, we have secured dozens of precedent-setting legal victories that protect wildlife and habitats, strengthen environmental policy, and hold polluters to account.
For more than 25 years, we’ve gone to court to protect wilderness and wildlife, challenge industrial projects, and keep harmful chemicals out of the air, water, and ecosystems we all depend on.
From our offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa, and Toronto, we take on strategic public interest litigation that has an impact from coast to coast to coast.
We are proud to be funded by individuals and organizations who share our values. Together, we are building the case for a better earth.
We are Canada’s largest environmental law charity.
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Ask one of our lawyers why they went to law school or why any of our staff wanted to work at Ecojustice, and you’ll likely hear a variation on a theme: Strong, well-enforced laws informed by good science are the best tools we have in the fight for a brighter environmental future.DONATE TO ECOJUSTICE TODAY
Ecojustice partners with our clients to launch pro bono environmental litigation that set precedents and strengthen the laws protecting the air, water, and ecosystems we all depend on. Together, we’re helping build the case for a better earth.DONATE TO ECOJUSTICE TODAY
As a leader in the courts and within the environmental movement, we’re working hard to enshrine the right to a healthy environment in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms — because environmental rights are human rights.DONATE TO ECOJUSTICE TODAY