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A Model Environmental and Sustainability Assessment Law (Annotated Version) 1/21/2013 The ELC presents A Model Environmental and Sustainability Assessment Law (Annotated Version).   The Model Law incorporates environmentally sound principles, enabling sustainable decision-making to become part of Canada’s landscape. This version of the Model Law provides background discussion and commentary...

A Model Environmental and Sustainability Assessment Law (without annotations) 1/21/2013 The ELC presents A Model Environmental and Sustainability Assessment Law (without annotations).   The Model Law incorporates environmentally sound principles, enabling sustainable decision-making to become part of Canada’s landscape. A Model Environmental and Sustainability Assessment Law (without annotations) The Environmental Law Centre extends its...

Nuclear Power in the Prairies 9/23/2011 This report provides an overview on how nuclear power facilities are regulated in Canada and how Alberta and Saskatchewan laws may be applied to nuclear power proposals. Click here to read Nuclear Power in the Prairies....

Consistency and Accountability in Implementing Watershed Plans in Alberta: A jurisdictional review and recommendations for reform 1/29/2010 Collaborative watershed planning has been adopted across much of North America as the method of managing water and land in an integrated fashion. The Government of Alberta joined the collaborative...

A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta 5/1/2009 The Environmental Law Centre's Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making in Alberta describes the environmental authorization process in Alberta and when and how members of the public can participate in these government decisions. The guide...

The ABC's of Environmental Jurisdiction 9/5/2008 An Alberta guide to federal, provincial and municipal responsibility This alphabetical guide is designed to assist the public, environmental groups, and others to determine how environmental issues are regulated in Alberta. The Guide includes 52 Entries, each describing how a particular activity or...

FACT SHEETS: Public Participation The Environmental Law Centre’s “fact sheet” series is made possible by grants from the Alberta Law Foundation, the Alberta Real Estate Foundation and by charitable donations. A word of caution about your use of this material These fact sheets provide information about environmental law...