When we’re on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic, what will #BetterThanNormal look like for Canada and our environment?
This is the very question Ecojustice program directors Dr. Elaine MacDonald, Margot Venton and Alan Andrews aimed to answer in our #BetterThanNormal conversation series this spring.
We encourage you to watch one (or all three) of the recordings we’ve saved to get the scoop on our work, directly from the experts crafting Ecojustice’s legal strategy. Watch now.
Fight for healthier communities: The role of strong laws in protecting Canadians with Dr. Elaine MacDonald, healthy communities program director
Join Dr. Elaine MacDonald to get an inside view on how Ecojustice’s healthy communities team is challenging all levels of government to defend Canadians’ right to a healthy environment, pushing to modernize the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, and already fighting off opportunistic attempts to deregulate environmental protection under the cover of the pandemic.
Learn more about Elaine here.
Defending nature: Standing up for wildlife and natural spaces from coast to coast to coast with Margot Venton, nature program director
Join Margot Venton to get the scoop on how, even though there’s a pandemic going on, Ecojustice’s nature team is busier than ever with efforts to challenge risky oil and gas exploration that puts the environment at risk, urging government to give critically-endangered Southern Resident killer whales a fighting chance at survival, and pushing for strong laws that defend nature and biodiversity.
Learn more about Margot here.
There is no plan(et) B: The fight for strong climate action in Canada
with Alan Andrews, climate program director, Julia Croome, lawyer and
Alex Neufeldt, Ecojustice client.
Post-coronavirus, we’ll still be in a climate emergency. Join Alan, Julia and Alex for an exclusive update on Ecojustice’s work advocating for new, sorely-needed climate laws at the federal level, challenging carbon-intensive infrastructure, and backing seven courageous young people as they fight for their futures in our biggest climate litigation to date.