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
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 have…
Title: Comments on Ontario Climate Change Plan Resource Type: Response to Consultation Content: 1220-CommentsOnOntarioClimatePlan_0 # of Pages: 14 Date authored: November 16, 2018 Publication number: 1220 Author/s: Jacqueline Wilson & Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA
Title: Right to Healthy Housing and Access to Affordable Energy Northern Regional Training Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1217-RightToHealthyHousing # of Pages: 70 Date authored: November 5, 2018 Publication number: 1217 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA