Jun 13, 2014 / Clean Economy

Happy Global Wind Day!

The energy, my friend, is blowing in the wind. This Sunday June 15th is Global Wind Day, a worldwide event to celebrate wind power’s…Read More


30 Years of Inspiring Change

Robert Davies is the President and Chair of the Board of Directors for Environmental Defence. In addition to the many years of commitment and…Read More


Jun 12, 2014 / Clean Economy

Left behind: U.S. coal regulations widen the gap between Canadian and U.S. climate action

With last week’s game-changing coal regulations from President Obama, Canada fell even further behind when it comes to keeping up with our southern neighbours…Read More


Jun 11, 2014 / Safeguarding Freshwater

Erasing microbeads from the Great Lakes

With the recent announcement that Illinois is banning microbeads from personal care products and a call for the International Joint Commission to further study…Read More


Jun 06, 2014 / Safeguarding Freshwater

World Oceans Day: Five things you can do for oceans (and lakes!)

In celebration of World Oceans Day on June 8th, Environmental Defence and Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean WiseTM program, which has a satellite office in Toronto,…Read More


Jun 05, 2014 / Livable Communities

Buy Fresh, Buy Local: Support local farms in the Greenbelt this summer

In the GTA, we’re lucky to be surrounded by farms with rich soil and a booming agricultural industry which provides us with a variety…Read More


Jun 05, 2014 / Clean Economy

Adding to the chorus of No.

A decision from federal cabinet on Enbridge’s Northern Gateway tar sands pipeline is just around the corner. Today, organizations representing millions of North Americans…Read More


Jun 04, 2014 / Clean Economy

A tale of two countries: climate action vs climate inaction

News announced yesterday highlights how different Canada and the United States have become, when it comes to tackling climate change. Earlier this week, the…Read More


Jun 03, 2014 / Toxics

Unnecessary flame retardants in your home may harm developing brains

A new study from researchers at Simon Fraser University (SFU) offers additional evidence that exposure to PBDE flame retardants is associated with lower intelligence…Read More


Mar 26, 2014 / Climate Change

Introducing Energy East – an export pipeline, not for domestic gain

Introducing Energy East – an export pipeline, not for domestic gain TransCanada’s controversial Keystone XL pipeline project generates a lot of headlines. But did…Read More