Some of our favourite environmental organizations, as well as sources of information on toxics, PCBs, Sludge.

Environmental Organizations

BC Spaces for Nature

Earthsave Canada

British Columbia Conservation Federation

Canadian Wildlife Federation

Wilderness Committee

Friends of Clayoquot Sound

Dogwood Initiative


Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

David Suziki Foundation

Federation of BC Naturalists

Greenpeace Canada

The Land Conversancy

Nature Canada

Recycling Council of BC

Save our Salmon

Sea Shepard Society

Sierra Club Canada

Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN)

World Wildlife Fund

West Coast Environmental Law


Reach For Unbleached – working for a sustainable pulp and paper industry

Look up the polluters in your neighbourhood and find out what those chemicals do to human health. Based on Canada’s National Pollution Release Inventory data and 8 toxicological databases

Website for authors of Our Stolen Future, provides regular updates about the cutting edge of science related to endocrine disruption. Search this site for specific chemicals

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Global Recognition Campaign for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and other chemically induced illnesses, diseases and injury affecting civilians and military personnel, with extensive information links


Health Canada – the most conservative view

US public health implications of exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

PCBs, Fish Consumption and Health Risks, Hudson Riverkeeper


Cornell Waste Management Institute, Department of Crop & Soil Sciences, Sludge documents – authoritative evaluations of risks, especially useful for metal

Blue Planet Links – water resource website


Watershed Sentinel Original Content

5 Issues — $25/yr