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E4D is looking to hire a British Columbia-based organizer to expand our impact and presence in B.C. The organizer will be responsible for coordinating events and engaging supporters, among other tasks. Applications open immediately!

 

We are looking for an experienced organizer with excellent communication skills to fill this flexible, part-time position. For more information and to apply, click here:

 

Evidence for Democracy B.C. Organizer Position

If the government is committed to an independent, rigorous scientific assessment then it cannot base a decision on the Northern Gateway pipeline on this flawed report. To do so will simply serve to further undermine both public confidence and government credibility.

We have some exiting E4D events coming up in Vancouver! E4D Executive Director, Katie Gibbs, will be in town in mid-June and is looking to connect with you. This is your chance to learn more about E4D and what we're working on, have your say in our upcoming events and campaigns and meet fellow science and evidence supporters! We hope you can make it out to one of these events. See below for details. 

SFU talk

What: Talk with E4D's Katie Gibbs

When: June 17th, 12:30 pm

Where: B9242 room, SFU campus 

On April 23rd, new regulations for the Fisheries Act came into effect--dramatically weakening pollution prevention measures by increasing ministerial discretion and reducing the role for science and evidence.

These changes allow the Ministers of Environment and Fisheries to grant blanket authorization to industry to pollute our waterways instead of making these decisions on a case-by-case basis, based on the best available scientific and Indigenous knowledge. Ministers are now able to:

This article appeared in the March 13th issue of Research Money.