Market Based Instruments

Moving from Conversion to Conservation: ELC publishes Agricultural Lands Law and Policy in Alberta   [sdm_download id="90602" fancy="0"] Alberta’s agricultural lands support numerous social, economic and environmental benefits. Despite this, we have lost and continue to lose prime agricultural lands via conversion into developed uses.  As well, Alberta’s...

WEBINAR June 21: ELC presents the Interaction of Environmental Rights and Property Rights You are invited to an online Zoom webinar hosted by the Environmental Law Centre. When: Jun 21, 2018 11:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: ELC presents the Interaction of Environmental Rights and...

 Amendments to the Environmental Powers of Municipalities: What has Changed? What Changes are on their Way? Municipalities play a key role in managing and protecting Alberta’s environment through regulation of private land uses and through local land use planning. Because of this, we at the ELC have been actively...

Market-Based Instruments & the Alberta Land Stewardship Act   The ELC is publishing a series of four volumes concerning Market-Based Instruments & the Alberta Land Stewardship Act.  This work is to encourage the use of MBIs in a way that benefits the environment and to identify what regulations...

Buying a Better Environment? Market-based instruments and property law   As part of our ongoing work on Market-Based Instruments, the Environmental Law Centre is pleased to introduce two new backgrounders to assist in understanding and implementing these tools. Property Law: Market-Based Instruments and the Alberta Land Stewardship Act...