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20 June 2017
This text was originally published in the Opinion section of the National Observer on June 19th 2017. Authors are Lynda Collins, Dayna Scott & David Boyd. A parliamentary committee review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act — our most important...
19 June 2017
This Op-Ed by Dr. Elaine MacDonald (senior scientist and program director of healthy communities at Ecojustice Canada) and Muhannad Malas (toxics program manager at Environmental Defence in Toronto) was originally published on June 19th in the Hill Times at this url http://...
14 June 2017
“Intensive farming is not sustainable. I’d like to see farmers in the South growing food for themselves rather than producing for others and being exploited.” – Mathilde Gourgues, short food-supply chains intern, winter 2017 Équiterre welcomes volunteers...
14 June 2017
A new report by Équiterre and its partners highlights worrying gaps in TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline application. Two and a half years after it was filed with the National Energy Board (NEB), TransCanada has yet to provide critical details on how the pipeline would...
13 June 2017
This article is retrieved from the Ecohome: Resources for Sustainable Housing website, precisely the Green Home Guide (a step-by-step guide to sustainable and healthy housing whether you are building, renovating or maintaining a home). The article was originally posted at this...
8 June 2017
The Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) is currently undergoing a review, almost two decades after it was last updated. CEPA is Canada’s overarching law governing the assessment and management of risks posed by chemical substances in products.  A coalition of...
31 May 2017
Cuttingedge technologies, mobile apps and new business models are developing fast and improving access to an increasing number of ecofriendly, inexpensive and practical transportation options across Quebec! This month, Équiterre encourages you to choose shared mobility. So let...
31 May 2017
Équiterre released on May 29th at the Electric Mobility Conference in Toronto a new report showing the potential impact of a national zero-emission vehicle mandate in Canada. The report ''Accelerating the transition to electric mobility in Canada : The case for a zero-emission...
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