16 Dec Alberta’s Water Allocation Review: Who’s it “FITFIR”? (Webinar)
Alberta’s Water Allocation Review: Who’s it “FITFIR”? (Webinar)
The Alberta Government is considering amendments to water allocation and water licence transfer systems in the province.
This review is being driven by issues of overallocation of water in some areas of the province and the economic and environmental issues that overallocation has caused.
Jason Unger, Staff Counsel with the Environmental Law Centre, will present a summary review of the three reports that are informing the government’s review, as well as address issues that arise from a “First in Time, First in Right” (FITFIR) system, such as whether the licence transfer system is equitable and whether transfers and FITFIR adequately address environmental and economic concerns.Where:
This is a free event.
Click here to register. A confirmation email will be sent upon registration. Instructions on how to log on to the webinar will be emailed the day before the session.
ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTRE:
The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) has been seeking strong and effective environmental laws since it was founded in 1982. The ELC is dedicated to providing credible, comprehensive and objective legal information regarding natural resources, energy and environmental law, policy and regulation in Alberta. The ELC’s mission is to educate and champion for strong laws and rights so all Albertans can enjoy clean water, clean air and a healthy environment. Our vision is a society where laws secure an environment that sustains current and future generations.
As a charity, the Environmental Law Centre depends on your financial support. Help us to continue to educate and champion for strong environmental laws, through tools such as our blog and all of our other resources, so that all Albertans can enjoy a healthy environment. Your support makes a difference.
Donate online today