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Recent Releases from Friends of the Earth Canada/Ecojustice

Friends of the Earth, Ecojustice ask Supreme Court to respect Polluter Pays Principle

Published Wed, 16 Nov 2011 13:23:45 EST Read More

For immediate release Newfoundlanders shouldn't have to pay to clean up Abitibibowater's pollution (OTTAWA, November 16, 2011) Ecojustice, representing Friends of the Earth, appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada today to argue that insolvent corporations cannot shift the cost of cleaning up environmental contamination to the taxpayer. This is the first time Canada's insolvency procedure has been challenged to deal with th...... Click here to read this release



Friends of the Earth, Ecojustice fighting for Polluter Pays Principle at Supreme Court

Published Tue, 15 Nov 2011 12:47:20 EST Read More

For immediate release Should Newfoundlanders have to pay to cleanup Abitibibowater’s pollution? Why: This is the first time Canada’s insolvency procedure is challenged to deal with the polluter pays principle, in this case, for historic contamination by Abitibibowater’s mining, shipping and pulp and paper operations in Newfoundland. What: Friends of the Earth, represented by Ecojustice, will appear before t...... Click here to read this release