Pump it Out (PDF, 750Kb) is a web-based guide for citizens interested in knowing more about the environmental consequences of a typical 'upstream' oil and gas project in BC.
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Pump it Out is a web-based guide for citizens interested in knowing more about the environmental consequences of a typical upstream oil and gas project in BC.
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On May 13, 2003 the Minister of Water, Land and Air Protection introduced Bill 53, a new Integrated Pest Management Act (the new Act), which will replace British Columbia's Pesticide Control Act.
This document summarizes a typical upstream project, and highlights the environmental consequences potentially associated with each step.
international environmental treaties - once a fringe area of environmental law - increasingly deal with issues that affect the lives of Canadians.