From Tim Gray, Environmental Defence <[email protected]>
Subject What could we be up against this year?
Date January 24, 2020 12:56 AM
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[[link removed]]WHAT DOES 2020 HAVE IN STORE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT?
2019 was full of ups and downs for the environment— from millions of youth
taking to the streets to major environmental rollbacks in Ontario and Alberta.
With the recent devastating wildfires in Australia, 2020 needs to be the year
where environmental protections ramp up. Check out our predictions
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[[link removed]] [[link removed]]DETOX YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE
The new year calls for a clean slate! That’s why we created a list of the top 10 harmful chemicals
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right by ditching products that may be harmful to your health and the
environment. Check out the Toxic Ten list
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[[link removed]] [[link removed]]INTRODUCING THE PLASTIC WALL OF SHAME
Even though more and more consumers are demanding no more single-use plastics,
some companies are turning a deaf ear. That’s shameful, so we’re calling them
out on our Plastic Wall of Shame
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[[link removed]]STOP THE LARGEST TAR SANDS MINE IN HISTORY
The Teck Frontier Mine is the largest ever tar sands mine ever proposed — taking
up an area twice the size of Vancouver. This megaproject would impact Indigenous
communities, derail Canada’s ability to meet our climate targets and destroy
habitats critical for the at-risk Wood Buffalo, Whooping Crane and other
species. Tell the federal government
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sands project.

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[[link removed]]Help protect the Great Lakes. Tell Ontario to be #LessSalty this winter.
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[[link removed]]We need to build smarter cities & towns in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
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