Latest ELC Work

At the end of August, the ELC appeared before a United Nations Reactive Monitoring Mission hearing on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation to present findings from a recently released ELC report on how >


ELC Spotlight

Using peat moss may help your garden retain water, but it also intensifies climate change. Fortunately, there are alternatives. Legal and Policy Options to Ban or Limit the Use of Horticultural Peat Moss in British Columbia, a new ELC submission prepared on behalf of the Peatlands Protection Society, aims to start those discussions about alternatives >

Secwepemc Territory

Good News Story #3: Walking on Two Legs

Good News Stories: Celebrating Positive Changes in Environmental Law As part of our 25th Anniversary celebration, we’re sharing a series of Good News Stories that were inspired by the 2021 Research-a-thon. The goal of Research-a-thon 2021 was to share stories of positive change in public interest environmental law. The exercise virtually brought together students with >