Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta – Part II (Webinar)

Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta – Part II (Webinar)

The Regional Director of Alberta Environment has authorized an activity to take place in your area. You disagree with the approach taken by the Director. What recourse do you have?

Join Jason Unger, Staff Counsel with the Environmental Law Centre, to discuss appeals of the Director’s decision to the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board.

This is the second in a four-part, weekly webinar series in which ELC Staff Counsel members will present the contents of A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta. No familiarity with the guide is required, but you can click here to read or download it.

Where: Online
When: February 11, 2010 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
This is a FREE event and is open to the public.

Click here to register.

Invitations for future sessions will be sent separately, but in case you want to save the dates, they are:

Thursday February 18 – Part III: Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessments

Thursday February 25 – Part IV: Going to Court: Judicial Review

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2 Comments
  • Jason Unger
    Posted at 12:30h, 05 May Reply

    It has been brought to our attention that the link in the above post is broken. The document can be viewed here http://www.elc.ab.ca/media/8873/ProcessGuide-webcopy-revisedDL.pdf . It should also be noted that since the time of this post there have been significant shifts to regulating environmental matters regarding upstream oil and gas and coal mines, which now reside almost entirely under the oversight of the Alberta Energy Regulator. (although the same legislation applies).

  • Ken Collier
    Posted at 16:33h, 27 March Reply

    At the end of para 3 (2nd para unbolded) it says “A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta. No familiarity with the guide is required, but you can click here to read or download it.” When I clicked it, the response was “not available, maybe moved, not available temporarily, etc.)

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