Forestry & Mining

Environment North Comments on Marathon PGM Draft EIS Guidelines May 24, 2011
Public Comment Analysis of Panel Reviewed Environmental Assessment Projects in Canada A document prepared as input to the Marathon PGM-Cu Mine Project Panel Review Environmental Assessment May 18, 2011
Comments regarding the woodland caribou habitat protection approach Environment North has submitted comments to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources on March 10, 2011 regarding the woodland caribou habitat protection approach. Environment North strongly disagrees with the proposed approach that would separate the caribou habitat into different zones and provide exemptions from the Endangered Species Act for most industrial uses for some zones. The entire caribou habitat range should be subject to regulations under the Endangered Species Act. Read More... March 10, 2011
Same chips, different pile? Forest tenure reform in Ontario By Julee Boan, President of Environment North Originally published in the Chronicle Journal on Tuesday September 29, 2009. September 29, 2009
Raising the Mining Stakes By Julia Wodiak, Member of Environment North Originally published in the Chronicle Journal on Saturday October 25, 2008. October 25, 2008
Corporate Interests Threaten Biodiversity By Lynn Palmer, Board member of Environment North Originally published in the Chronicle Journal on Tuesday July 8, 2008. July 8, 2008
Seeing the forests for the trees By: Julee Boan (published in Viewpoint for the Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal on January 6, 2007) January 6, 2007
Terms of Reference for an Environmental Assessment of Peat Resources Ltd.'s proposal Environment North has sent comments on the Terms of Reference for an Environmental Assessment of Peat Resources Ltd.'s proposal to extract and process peat from two locations near Upsala, Ontario July 13, 2006
Woodland Caribou Environment North wrote a letter last year to comment on MNR policy regarding Woodland Caribou conservation and recovery efforts in Ontario.
Is 2,4-D safe? Can it cause cancer? Pesticides: Bruce Hyer, Board Member of Environment North, explores their safety in his article "Is 2,4 D safe?"