CELA Executive Director and Counsel Theresa McClenaghan on how far most Canadian law extends to protect those most impacted by climate change. Presentation to Ontario Bar Association Climate Change and Corporate Social Responsibility Seminar.
CELA Counsel and Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan discusses the environmental health impacts of pollution and poverty in the Great Lakes Region. Download slide deck here: Intersection-Envl-Law-Poverty-Law
CELA's ED Theresa McClenaghan spoke on the topic of Canadian climate law and vulnerable communities at the University of Western Ontario's Climate Change symposium.
Title: Environmental Injustice: Equity and the Law Guest Lecture at George Brown College Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1255-George BrownLecture # of Pages: 27 Date authored: March 19, 2019 Publication number: 1255 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA
Title: Poverty & the Law Guest Lecture: A Public Interest Environmental Law Perspective Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1228-Poverty-and-the-Law # of Pages: 40 Date authored: November 29, 2018 Publication number: 1228 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA
FRANCAIS Nov 29 2018 The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) is disappointed that Ontario’s new climate change plan does not mention low-income or vulnerable communities at all. In CELA's view, climate change is fundamentally unfair since low-income and vulnerable communities…