Fighting for “polluter pays principle” at Supreme Court

Representing Friends of the Earth before the Supreme Court of Canada, Ecojustice argued that insolvent corporations cannot shift the cost of cleaning up environmental contamination to the taxpayer. Continue reading Fighting for “polluter pays principle” at Supreme Court

News Review (May 24-30) from NLEN

Compiled by: Newfoundland and Labrador Environment Network Provincial Government news releases: Ministerial Statement – 100 Years and Counting – Parks Canada Celebrates Centennial News releases from NL opposition parties: Dunderdale keeps industrial users in the dark about Muskrat Falls rates (NL Liberal Party) In the media: News, Commentary, Letters to the Editor & Podcast Atlantic […] Continue reading News Review (May 24-30) from NLEN

NLEN E-Update: August 23, 2010

EVENTS
Mon, Aug 23 and Thur, Aug 26: NAACAP Free Guided walks around Long Pond (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: Edible Plant Walk at MUN Botanical Garden (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: FEASt Pippy Park Summer Workshop Series: Building a Compost, Oxen Pond Community Garden (St. John’s)
Sun, Aug 29: Modern and Ancient Lake-Delta Environments in the Humber Valley Area Continue reading NLEN E-Update: August 23, 2010