I’m excited to announce that the lawyers and law students from the Ecojustice Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Ottawa have created a new tool to help you stay informed about environmental debates in the House of Commons.
The Ecojustice Environmental Hansard is an easy-to-use website that collects,organizes and distills federal political dialogue on our environment. With entries searchable by date, Member of Parliament, topic or text content, the Ecojustice Environmental Hansard makes Parliamentary debate accessible and transparent to the Canadian public, researchers and environmental community. The website is non-partisan and a useful tool for anyone interested in sustainability and the environment.
Please take the time to visit the Environmental Hansard website and let us know what you think. We’ve already loaded it with information from the last four months, so you can easily look up recent issues of debate.
Please share this email with others if you think the Environmental Hansard would be useful to them, too.
William Amos, M.A., LL.B/B.C.L.
Ecojustice Environmental Law Clinic
University of Ottawa
Ecojustice uses the law to protect and restore the environment in Canada.
To learn more about the Ecojustice Clinic, see our promotional video at: