biodiversity Tag

Environmental education and programs like the Government of Alberta’s One Simple Act are great…for what they are.   I will generalize and say they are window dressing to a dire and economically costly discussion that should be occurring in government, in media and across all sectors...

The 193 UN parties to the 1993 Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) are meeting in Japan this month, including Canada. This coincides with the release of the United Nations Environment Programme, Environmental Law Division report entitled Ethics, Justice and the Convention on Biodiversity.  The report looks...

University of Calgary Faculty of Law Sep 28 2010 - 12:15pm - 2:00pm The Faculty of Law invites you to a free lecture by… Professor Joseph L. Sax Berkeley Law, University of California “Climate change" and “loss of global biodiversity” are the watchwords of our time. Is the price we must pay...