Posted by Michael Murray, Ph.D., U.S. Co-chair, Toxics-Free Great Lakes Binational Network; Staff Scientist, National Wildlife Federation Great Lakes Regional Center and John Jackson, Canadian Co-chair, Toxics-Free Great Lakes Binational Network
In this webinar series, we explore how the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), our country’s main environmental legislation used to evaluate and manage substances, can be strengthened to protect vulnerable communities.
Blog post from Meg Sears, PhD and Chair, Prevent Cancer Now. Originally published December 16, 2020, in National Observer.
ENGO response to Environment and Climate Change Canada Discussion Paper
Joint submission from Toronto Environmental Alliance, Canadian Environmental Law Association, Citizens' Network on Waste Management, Environmental Defence, and Health and Environment Justice Support Response to ERO# 019-2498 Download submission here: ENGO-comment-ERO-019-2498-Food-Organic-Waste-Policy-Statement
John Jackson, Co-chair of the Toxics Free Great Lakes Binational Network, urges the Committee to address the issues that have lead to delays in implementing Annex 3 of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, which deals with Chemicals of Mutual Concern.