Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

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Under the Environmental Bill of Rights, Ontarians have a right to know about — and have a say in — government decisions that affect the environment.

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We report on compliance with the Environmental Bill of Rights, and Ontario’s progress on climate change, energy conservation, and other environmental issues.

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The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO) is an independent officer of the Legislature who reports on government progress on climate change, energy and other environmental issues. The ECO is the province’s environmental watchdog and champion of Ontarians’ environmental rights.

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Wanted: your ideas for next year’s GHG report

Is there an issue about climate change mitigation or adaptation that you’d like us to explore? Tell us about it! We are currently considering new topics for our 2017 Annual Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Progress Report. ...

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Have your say: MNRF proposing changes to hunting and trapping rules for small game and furbearers

When we talk about wildlife management in Ontario, most people think of large species like bear and moose, or popular fish species like trout, perch and walleye. But did you know that the Ministry of ...

Read moreon Have your say: MNRF proposing changes to hunting and trapping rules for small game and furbearers
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