Have an environmental law concern? From contaminated wells, to polluted waterways, to clearcut forests, to inappropriate mining, ECELAW responds to the environmental law issues facing Atlantic Canadians.
ECELAW’s Legal Inquiry Service can provide you with basic legal information and advice that will enable you to make an informed decision about next steps. In some cases we may be able to facilitate some additional research through our pro bono volunteers.
Some of the issues that ECELAW has addressed through the Legal Inquiry Service have included aquaculture leases, shale gas exploration, wind development, solid waste facilities, fur farming, biosolids application, mining and quarry developments, migratory birds, and protected areas. The inquiries have come from throughout Atlantic Canada.
If you have an inquiry about environmental law, send an e-mail message using the form below, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
You may also phone us at (902) 494-7121. If necessary, please leave a brief message including your name and telephone number, and a brief description of the information you are seeking.