Author: Environmental Law Centre

The Environmental Law Centre is looking to expand its team in championing for law, policy and legal processes that protect our environment. We are seeking a lawyer who is creative, self-motivated and passionate about environmental law and the public interest to fill a new full-time...

Perhaps you’ve read a few of Jason’s blog posts and wondered about his unique sense of humour and talent with the written word. Jason has been staff counsel with the ELC for more than 10 years. We are delighted that Jason will now bring his...

Market-Based Instruments & the Alberta Land Stewardship Act   The ELC is publishing a series of four volumes concerning Market-Based Instruments & the Alberta Land Stewardship Act.  This work is to encourage the use of MBIs in a way that benefits the environment and to identify what...

Substantive environmental rights are not overly common and there are no rights to environmental quality in Alberta or Canada for that matter. This environmental rights module canvasses some of key questions related to substantive environmental rights and identifies some approaches taken elsewhere....

Substantive environmental rights are not overly common and there are no rights to environmental quality in Alberta or Canada for that matter. This environmental rights module canvasses some of key questions related to substantive environmental rights and identifies some approaches taken elsewhere....

Climate Change Blog Series: Guest Blog on Personal Cap and Trade Systems Thank you to Kyle McMillan, a law student at the University of Calgary (JD/MBA), for contributing this post to our Climate Change Blog Series. This is the thirteenth post in the Environmental Law Centre’s blog series...

January will see Alberta implement its Climate Leadership Plan and pursue a path for climate change mitigation and adaptation. At the same time, many legal, economic and political challenges remain. The Environmental Law Centre presents its 4th annual Breakfast 2016 Join the Environmental Law Centre for a discussion...