The Friends of the Attawapiskat River, represented by legal counsel at the CELA, welcome this opportunity toprovide its submission to the United Nations (UN) for the purpose of its Expert Mechanism pursuant to Human Rights Council resolution 33/25.3.
In this webinar, we invite you to learn about the federal environmental assessment process and how it can be used to advance environmental justice in your community.
Backgrounder on the Ring of Fire and protecting Indigenous and Treaty rights.
This Toolkit has been created to pair critically urgent environmental issues with legal mechanisms for change and public advocacy. It has been developed with and for Indigenous and settler communities, and individuals throughout Northern Ontario. It is meant to be a foundational resource so that both individuals and practitioners can have ready access to solutions for environmental health issues.
This webinar highlights the connections between environment, health and industry in Northern Ontario, and demonstrates how you can use the law to prevent harm to you, your community, and the environment.
CELA, representing Environment North, responded to the Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed palladium mine in Marathon, ON. Finding a critical lack of greenhouse gas reporting and review of climate impacts, Environment North has asked the Impact Assessment Agency to pause the process until the environmental assessment demonstrates that climate change has been incorporated within the process and at a minimum, all direct emissions have been responsibly measured and offset.