The quandary of cumulative effects — Fitting a science peg in a law hole
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August 28th, 2013
Environmental Law Centre
The quandary of cumulative effects —
Fitting a science peg in a law hole
In March 2012, ELC Executive Director Cindy Chiasson presented a paper called “The Quandary of Cumulative Effects — Fitting a Science Peg in a Law Hole” at the Canadian Institute of Resources Law (CIRL) Symposium.
You can download the paper (in English or French) on the CIRL website at http://www.cirl.ca/DownloadMaterials or watch the presentation at http://www.cirl.ca/video/symposium-2012/cumulative-effects-valuation-environmental-harm.
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