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Climate & Energy

Oil Sands Emission Limit under the Climate Change Leadership Plan

Climate Change Legal Roadmap: Carbon Pricing Recommendations for Alberta: Lessons from the Latest Developments in WCI Jurisdictions

Climate Change Legal Roadmap: A Snapshot of Alberta’s Climate Change Law & Policy

Climate Change Legal Roadmap: Methane Reduction under the Climate Change Leadership Plan

Environmental Rights

Environmental Rights Module 4: Access to Environmental Information

Environmental Rights Module 3: Citizen Enforcement

Environmental Rights Module 2: Third Party Oversight

Environmental Rights Module 1: Substantive Environmental Rights

Environmental Rights. Phase 1: Do we have the rights we need?

Market based instruments

Volume 1: An Introduction to Market-Based Instruments & the Alberta Land Stewardship Act

Volume 2: Transfer of Development Credits under the Alberta Land Stewardship Act

Volume 3: Conservation Offsets under the Alberta Land Stewardship Act

Volume 4: Stewardship Units & the Exchange under the Alberta Land Stewardship Act

Market Based Instruments Backgrounder – Overview

Market Based Instruments Property Rights Backgrounder

Market Based Instruments Advanced Property Rights Backgrounder

 

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Our mission is to educate and champion for strong environmental laws and rights so that all Albertans can enjoy clean air, clean water and a healthy environment.

 

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Climate & Energy

Climate and energy are intertwined and often viewed as opposed to each other. At the ELC, we see a world where climate and energy co-exist for the benefit of all.

Sustainable Communities

Do you believe you have a right to a clean and healthy environment? That you deserve clean air, clean water, and a thriving environment? The ELC is committed to educating and empowering Canadians on how to exercise these crucial rights for a greener future for you and for our future generations.

Nature & Biodiversity

Our Canadian natural spaces and biodiversity are treasured. The ELC is working hard to ensure that important habitat and natural spaces for our wildlife and all biodiversity, including people, is maintained for generations to come.

 

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