Monthly Archives: January 2018

Is Canada becoming a safe haven for toxic chemicals? Triclosan exemplifies the Canadian Environmental Protection Act’s desperate need of reform

By: Cameron Smith  The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999  (“CEPA”) is currently under scrutiny. And while the Government’s response to a recent report by the House of Commons Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development is not expected until the spring, many groups and experts are hoping for a major overhaul of the Act as it […]

The Growing Risks of Inadequate Climate Impact Assessment in Corporate and Financial Management

By: Jacklyn Tuckey There’s a new way that environmental groups, organizations and individuals are fighting climate change, and it centres around securities. The trend for decades has been for the majority of companies to more or less ignore climate change signals in order to chase the dollar. The problem lies in the facts they’ve been reluctant […]