A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta

 

A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta

5/1/2009

The Environmental Law Centre’s Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making in Alberta describes the environmental authorization process in Alberta and when and how members of the public can participate in these government decisions. The guide focuses on Alberta Environment’s decisions regarding approvals and licences under theWater Act and the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and appealing those decisions to the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board.

A Guide to Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Alberta

For ease of downloading, the Table of Contents, Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV of the Guide are available as separate pdf files below.

Table of Contents
Part I: Public Participation in the Decisons of Alberta Environment
Part II: Appealing an Approval or Licence to the Environmental Appeals Board
Part III: Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessments
Part IV: Going to Court: Judicial Review

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