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The Climate Crisis Will Kill Women First

The Tyee| November 15, 2019

Two organizations want the Supreme Court to recognize the lethal vulnerability of girls and women to a changing planet.

Politicians need to table plastics pollution, according to Friends of the Earth poll

Recycling Product News | October 9, 2019

Poll findings a powerful indicator of public anxiety about plastics pollution

Bombus is about, the count is on

Empire-Advance | September 1, 2019

Bees are a critical part of food security

You flush me, you #FlushMeNot: Environmental network calls for investigation into flushable wipes

Victoria News | August 28, 2019

Canada’s Competition Bureau is digging into complaints that companies that market “flushable” wipes are making false claims about their products.

Competition bureau investigating claims made by makers of ‘flushable’ wipes

The Star | August 28, 2019

Canada’s Competition Bureau is digging into complaints that companies that market “flushable” wipes are making false claims about their products.

Friends Of The Earth Canada Urges Competition Bureau To Act After Study Calls BS On ‘Flushable’ Wipes

Huffington Post | May 1, 2019

[Friends of the Earth Canada] says companies are taking advantage of customers with the claim.

Canada ‘dead wrong’ to allow use of weedkiller glyphosate: American lawyers

The Globe & Mail | January 30, 2019

American lawyers who successfully sued the makers of the glyphosate-based weedkiller Roundup on behalf of a man dying of cancer say Canada is “dead wrong” to allow it to be widely used here.

Pesticides get most blame for bee deaths, survey suggests

CBC News | June 27, 2017

Margo McDiarmid of CBC News spoke with CEO Beatrice Olivastri about our new national survey and what Canadians think – and know – about wild, native bees

Multinationals descend on Parliament as feds review pesticide ban

National Observer | March 7, 2017

Riley Sparks of the National Observer caught up with Senior Policy Advisor John Bennett regarding the imidacloprid review, who shared his thoughts on the “slow motion ban”