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Tell the federal government that we can’t wait any longer for protections from toxics like BPA and phthalates
A secret memo from shows industry’s attempt to exploit the COVID pandemic to their own ends, and endanger Canadians in the process.
Moving Canada toward zero plastic waste is still possible, but we need to keep the pressure on.
In the midst of a global pandemic, the oil and plastics industries are looking for more subsidies and weaker environmental protections.
Unilever, P&G, SC Johnson and Henkel are large companies with infinite lines of products –Tide, Axe, Purex and Ziplock among many others— that generate…
Tell your MPP to say no to the new giant Hamilton pipeline, and keep American fracked gas out of our natural areas!
We’re calling out companies for their downright shameful efforts to reduce single-use plastics. See who made the wall and tell them to clean up…
Hundreds of potentially toxic chemicals are added to the consumer products and food packaging we use and eat from every day. The majority of…
Bisphenol A (or BPA) is a widely used toxic chemical in plastics and food cans. It is linked to hormone related cancers such as…
Tell Ontario to protect vulnerable waters, farmland and wildlife by expanding the Greenbelt’s boundaries.
Tell the Ontario government to stop wasting our tax dollars trying to block climate action and instead fund programs to protect the environment.
Tell Coca-Cola, Nestle and Pepsi to step up and support a deposit return program for plastic bottles in Ontario.
First step towards climate action: stop giving hundreds of millions in federal subsidies to oil and gas companies.
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