OTTAWA, Oct. 1, 2019 - Today, Canada's leading environmental organizations released the answers to a Federal Party Survey on Environmental Platforms that address the climate change, biodiversity, toxics and waste crises harming our country. The survey was distributed to the six main political parties in July 2019 and responses were received from five of them: the Bloc Quebecois, Conservative Party of Canada, Green Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada and New Democratic Party. The People's Party of Canada did not respond.
The survey represents the collective priorities of the 14 environmental organizations and outlines required actions to address the environmental protection, economic justice and human rights issues facing Canadians. This non-partisan survey of the parties' positions on environmental issues was developed to help Canadians make informed voting decisions.
Summary table of answers: www.election2019envirosurvey.ca/summary
The survey represents the collective priorities of the following organizations: Canadian Environmental Law Association, CPAWS, David Suzuki Foundation, Ecology Action Centre, Ecojustice, Équiterre, Environmental Defence, Greenpeace, Nature Canada, Pembina Institute, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, West Coast Environmental Law Association, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada, WWF-Canada
For further information: or to arrange an interview, please contact: ENGLISH: Stephanie Kohls, Environmental Defence firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-885-7847; Gretchen Fitzgerald, Sierra Club Canada Foundation email@example.com, 902-444-7096, FRENCH: Camille Gagné-Raynauld, Équiterre, firstname.lastname@example.org, 514-605-2000