Environmental Rights & Beyond: Rights-based Approaches to Environmental Protection
Rights based legal approaches to protection of the environment, human health, and animals have been receiving increasing recognition and adoption in Canada. This webinar will explore current rights-based approaches, such as recognition of the right to a healthy environment and expansion of Indigenous rights, and their use as a legal tool to better protect the environment and empower Canadians to participate in environmental legal processes. Guest speakers Aimée Craft, Kaitlyn Mitchell, and Ian Miron share their insights.
Recorded on October 24, 2023. You can watch the webinar recording here.
This webinar is part of the Navigating the Law to Protect the Environment series, which provides information to activists, lawyers, students, and community members about a variety of environmental law topics.
Navigating the Law to Protect the Environment is a partnership between the Manitoba Eco-Network, the University of Winnipeg, and the Public Interest Law Centre, with funding from the Manitoba Law Foundation.