Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN), previously known as Community Solidarity Response Toronto (CSRT), works to bring the voices and experiences of communities impacted by Canadian mining industries to Toronto, where much of this industry is based.
LACSN is a non-profit, autonomous, democratic organization that coordinates and supports the work of fifteen local organizations. The goal of these organizations is to carry out community-based work that leads to long-term societal change and economic transformation in our locales.
“Sparking A Worldwide Energy Revolution: Social Struggles in the
Transition to a Post-Petrol World”
The aimof EJ Toronto is to strengthen the city's environmental justice community. Toronto-based organizers have been collaborating to hold Canadian mining companies, financial institutions, and politicians accountable to upholding human rights and the rights of Mother Earth. Canada is home to 75% of the world's mining and exploration companies and the largest industrial project on earth, the Alberta tar sands.