Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Two legal cases are underway, funded by West Coast Environmental Law, argue that the government has a responsibility to manage protected areas for the benefit of BC's public and future generations. Burns Bog v. Canada, which challenges the impact of the South Fraser Perimeter Road on Burns Bog, . . . → Read More: Environmental Law Alert Blog: Burns Bog, Strathcona Park cases ask: who owns BC’s protected areas?
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Last May, a group of young Americans, fed up with government inaction on climate change, decided to sue to protect their future. The group, led by 16-year old Alec Loorz, founder of Kids vs. Global Warming and the iMatter campaign, filed legal actions against the federal . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Young Americans Sue Government to Stop Global Warming, Polluter Interests Granted Intervention To Defend