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The mission of the Environmental Law Centre is to advocate for laws that will
sustain ecosystems and ensure a healthy environment and to
engage citizens in the law’s creation and enforcement.

 

Our vision is a society where our laws secure an environment that sustains
current and future generations and supports ecosystem health.

STRONGER ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND RIGHTS IN ALBERTA: OUR FOCUS AREAS

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.

Our Partner Sites


 

Conservation Easements in Alberta
Community Conserve
Environmental Laws Alberta 101 (for students and teachers)

 

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Latest ELC Publications

Battleground Environment
Battleground Environment
Threatened Jurisdiction: Species at Risk and the Constitution
Threatened Jurisdiction: Species at Risk and the Constitution
A Fish Out of Water: Inland Fisheries, Water Management and the Constitution
A Fish Out of Water: Inland Fisheries, Water Management and the Constitution
It’s Getting Hot in Here: GHG Regulation and the Constitution
It’s Getting Hot in Here: GHG Regulation and the Constitution
Drowning in Plastic: Toxins and the Constitution
Drowning in Plastic: Toxins and the Constitution
Bad Neighbours: Interprovincial Pollution and Works in the Constitution
Bad Neighbours: Interprovincial Pollution and Works in the Constitution
All Things Considered: Impact Assessment and the Constitution
All Things Considered: Impact Assessment and the Constitution
The Intersection of Environmental Law and Indigenous Rights
The Intersection of Environmental Law and Indigenous Rights

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Battleground Environment:
The Intersection of Environmental Law and Indigenous Rights
(May 2, 2023)

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