The Navigating the Law to Protect the Environment webinar series is a partnership project between the Manitoba Eco-Network, the University of Winnipeg, and the Public Interest Law Centre which aims to provide information to activists, lawyers, students, and community members about a variety of environmental law topics. The project has funding support from the Manitoba Law Foundation.

The legal tools available to the public to make their voices heard regarding environmental matters are often overwhelmingly complex. By making the insights of experts in this field publicly available, we hope to improve Manitobans’ legal knowledge and help increase public engagement in legal processes and reforms related to environmental law. Please see all six webinars that were offered as part of the series and the concluding report here.

As part of the Reconciliation and Environmental Law webinar Decolonizing Water Co-lead, Aimée Craft was featured here: