Radionuclides are Turning Our Lakes Into Radioactive Toxic Sewers

Posted by Ziggy Kleinau, Cofounder and Acting Outreach Director of Bruce Peninsula Environment Group on May 16, 2016 Guest Blog  (originally published as a letter to the editor in Bruce Peninsula Press (Issue #5, 2016, May 3-17, 2016) Water is the elixir of life. Water…

Nomination of Radionuclides as a Chemical of Mutual Concern under the GLWQA

Title: Letter Re: Nomination of Radionuclides as a Chemical of Mutual Concern under the GLWQA Letter from 110 environmental, health and other advocacy groups to Environment and Climate Change Canada and the US Environmental Protection Agency Resource Type: Letter Content:…

100+ groups call for designation of radionuclides as a Great Lakes “chemical of mutual concern”

Joint media release from CELA and Beyond Nuclear Mar 02 2016 High concentration of nuclear facilities prompts call for action on radionuclides in Great Lakes Toronto - More than 100 organizations from around the Great Lakes are calling on the Canadian and American…

Draft 2015 Lake Superior Lakewide Action and Management Plan

Title: Comments on Draft 2015 Lake Superior Lakewide Action and Management Plan, dated November 12, 2015 Resource Type: Letter, Response to Consultation Content: Lake-Superior-LAMP-ENGO-Comments # of Pages: 18 Date authored: December 23, 2015 Author Organization: 34 Signatory Organizations

Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Roadmap on Toxic Chemicals

Title: Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Roadmap on Toxic Chemicals: Advancing Prevention by Promoting Safer Alternatives Resource Type: Report Content: GLRoadmap # of Pages: 18 Date authored: June 2015 Author/s: Fe de Leon, Sarah Miller, Burgandy Dunn Author Organization: Canadian…