Export Development Canada -backed mine leaves a sea of cyanide
Groups call on G8 Environment Ministers to Improve Environmental Standards of Export Credit Agencies
For immediate release
Statement by the Halifax Initiative Coalition To the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade (SCFAIT) Regarding the G-8 Agenda
May 14, 2002
We welcome the opportunity to comment on the key themes of the up-coming G8 Summit.
All circus, no substance. Canada's performance in Monterrey to set stage for Kananaskis.
March 14, 2002 – Next Monday, Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, will attend the UN Conference on Financing for Development (FfD) in Monterrey, Mexico. Today Canadian non-governmental organizations release a letter to the Prime Minister strongly critical of Canada’s role in the FfD process and concerned about implications for the G8 in Kananaskis.
2-3 Feb. 2002
G8’s IMPOTENCE IN REFORMING THEIR EXPORT CREDIT AGENCIES
NGOs call on G8 governments to soon adopt high level binding common environmental guidelines for their Export Credit Agencies.
Sierra Club of Canada Nuclear Campaign
c/o Box 104
Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada L9P 1M6
News Release -- For Release: Tuesday July 17, 2001
Canada supports nuclear power, opposes renewables at G8...
NGOs SAY STOP FINANCING NUCLEAR EXPORTS
"Civil Society Takes Initiative on Reform of Global Financial Architecture"
For immediate release June 7, 1999