April 4, 2024

Book launch for a new environmental justice book: “Just Transformations: Grassroots Struggles for Alternative Futures.” This event will feature presentations and Q&A by Leah Temper,...

Young people will need to be persistent if they want to make change in the world. That's the message McMaster University professor Ingrid Waldron...

February 6, 2024

‘She’s out here trailblazing’: these 10 Black environmentalists are building community. Black Canadian scientists, researchers and environmental advocates discuss the importance of mentors, protégés...

October 23, 2023

A Harvard Public Health article about tackling environmental racism in Canada. A conversation with the filmmaker and author behind the documentary "There's Something in...

July 23, 2023

Dr. Ingrid Waldron speaks to the Pointer about environmental racism coming to light with proposed Bill C-226; while new law enshrines environmental justice in...

June 15, 2022

G&R is a construction waste material dump on the Kanehsata:ke Land Reserve. G&R has breached numerous permit conditions and continues to leak dangerous materials...

January 5, 2022

The three interns that Canada's Black Environmental Initiative sent to the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow in November may have been the only Black...

There are growing calls being made at the national level to decontaminate the recycling site in Kanesatake.

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