Ecojustice update

Here is an emailed newsletter that I received from Ecojustice for all to read and share:

Eldy,

We hope you had a wonderful Summer! Check out what’s happening this month at Ecojustice:

 


Arctic offshore drilling too great a risk
For almost 40 years, a special regulatory requirement has protected Arctic wildlife and wilderness from a catastrophic offshore oil spill. However, the National Energy Board has put that requirement in jeopardy.

The Global Eco-Crisis: Diversity, Resilience and Adaptability
David Suzuki begins a public conversation this Fall on the inclusion of environmental rights in Canada’s constitution. Hear him talk about our partnership in this movement and the role humans have played in shaping the planet.

Sewage treatment debate causes a stink

Any way you look at it, dumping untreated sewage into the Pacific Ocean is unacceptable. There’s a pressing need to start treating Victoria’s sewage right now.

We believe the law is the most powerful way to protect and restore the environment for future generations.Thank you for being part of our team.

Sincerely,
Devon Page, executive director |
Ecojustice

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