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Use the power of the law to defend nature. 

According to a recent UN report, nature has never been in worse shape. One million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction worldwide.

Like the climate emergency, this massive loss of biodiversity is accelerating due to human activity — and it will have a dire impact on our health, well-being, and future earth.

But there is still time to defend nature. And you can help.

Make a gift to Ecojustice. Together, we will fight for strong, well-enforced laws that protect the animals, plants, and living ecosystems that sustain us.


A win for wild salmon

Thanks to you, help is on the way for declining wild salmon populations. Ecojustice’s successful lawsuit resulted in a court ruling that says the federal government must take a precautionary approach to wild salmon protection — which means no more business-as-usual for salmon farms in B.C.

Become a force for good — for nature.

Ecojustice is a stronger, more powerful environmental defender because you stand with us. Together, our legal action has:

  • Struck down the federal government’s approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline – a project that’s a serious threat to endangered Southern Resident killer whales;
  • Played a key role in removing oil and gas exploration permits in Lancaster Sound (Tallurutiup Imanga), paving the way for this biodiverse region to be declared a National Marine Conservation Area; and
  • Secured emergency protections for the endangered Greater Sage-grouse, a remarkable prairie bird that is now enjoying a baby boom in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Our victories prove that the law is a powerful backstop for protecting species and ecosystems in Canada. But there’s more to be done — and we’re counting on your support.

Please, join the legal fight to defend nature. Donate today.

   Photo of orcas and tanker via Alamy
   Photo of Sockeye salmon via Shutterstock

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