14 leading national environmental organizations release platform expectations for the federal election

May 7, 2019

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OTTAWA – Today, Canada’s leading environmental organizations released a set of 20 federal party platform recommendations that address the climate, biodiversity, toxics and waste crises harming our country.

These recommendations represent the collective priorities of the 14 organizations and reflect a comprehensive set of solutions to today’s most urgent environmental challenges. These platform priorities are currently being discussed with each of the five main federal political parties to help them develop their own set of committed actions.

In late summer 2019, the organizations will release a non-partisan, comparative evaluation of the environmental platforms of all the parties, to help Canadians make informed voting decisions.

Signatories: Canadian Environmental Law Association, CPAWS, David Suzuki Foundation, Ecology Action Centre, ecojustice, équiterre, Environmental Defence, Greenpeace, Nature Canada, Pembina Institute, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, West Coast Environmental Law Association, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada, WWF-Canada

The 20 federal party platform recommendations can be found here.

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For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Allen Braude, Environmental Defence: abraude@environmentaldefence.ca, 416-356-2587

Kelly O'Connor, Pembina Institute: kellyo@pembina.org, 416-220-8804


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