Cam Jefferies (@C_S_G_J )

Cam Jefferies

Bio A Canadian law prof chasing wildlife conservation, oceans law, climate justice, and sustainability. He/him.
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Account created 24-04-2011 02:55:23
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iPhone : Victory! In a landmark decision 7 courageous young people suing the ON govt for climate inaction will get their day in court. This is the first time a Canadian court has recognized harms caused by climate change can engage our Charter rights.Stockwoods LLP bit.ly/36tCCDk

iPhone : In QP MP Elizabeth May again brings up the proposed US Navy tests off the south coast of Vancouver Island. Washington state has expressed their opposition and the need to protect the southern resident orcas. Will the Canadian government speak out as well? #cdnpoli Green Party of Canada

Twitter Web App : So I guess we can write off Arkansas as a vacation spot for this progressive haha

iPhone : “Indigenous laws have been around for thousands of years, but we’re only just figuring out how they can be applied within the Canadian legal system, said Kienna Shkopich-Hunter, 22 JD, who interned with Cam Jefferies to study Indigenous law & conservation.

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iPhone : Why do I turn these godforsaken debates right when Trump starts talking climate.

Trump: “We have clean water. The cleanest.”

Christ. I can’t.

iPhone : #UAlbertaLaw student Kienna Shkopich-Hunter, '22 JD, interned with Prof. Cam Jefferies to investigate Indigenous law in the context of environmental conservation in the Athabasca River ecosystem as part of the I-STEAM Pathways program. twitter.com/UAlberta/statu…

iPhone : Ubaka Ogbogu Sarah K Great idea! I’m essentially looking at how Canada and the US are failing to cooperatively manage the orca. The platitudes of cooperation are present but then are taking unilateral decisions (ie, trans mountain) that disregard cumulative consequences.

Twitter Web App : Re-reading the Order in Council approving the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion post-Tsleil-Waututh v. Canada again for a new article I'm working on, and I'm feeling the sadness of its impact on the Southern Residents again. It is like reading a death sentence. Ugh.

Twitter Web App : Today is a writing day. Today is a Wilco day.youtube.com/watch?v=Iof2IA…