Author: Kyra Leuschen

Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part Two: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta Adapting Alberta’s Living Things to Climate Change    The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An...

Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta Adapting Alberta’s Infrastructure to Climate Change    The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An Introduction...

Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part Two: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta   The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) encourages all Albertans to consider how governments, industry, communities and individuals can assist with adapting to climate change. The ELC’s second volume in our Climate Change...

Climate Change Litigation in Canada: Environnement Jeunesse v. Canada   This past November, ENvironnement JEUnesse (ENJEU), an environmental nonprofit in Quebec, applied to bring a class action lawsuit against the Government of Canada (GOC) on behalf of Quebec citizens aged 35 and under.[1] The claim alleges the GOC...

Overhaul of Alberta’s Remediation Certificate Regulation   On June 1, 2018 the Government of Alberta passed the Remediation Certificate Amendment Regulation by Order in Council. This regulation updates the current Remediation Certificate Regulation and re-names it the Remediation Regulation. The changes introduced by the Remediation Regulation are...