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This report concentrates on the impacts of land-based oil and gas development, rather than offshore impacts, and presents a ten-point mitigation plan. Adoption of each of these ten points is essential for BC to be on a path toward responsible development.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law, CPAWS, et al.
Publication Date: April 2004
Pages: 16

With the release of new forest practices regulations effective January 31, 2004, the BC provincial government has now finalized its 'results-based' forest management regime.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: March 2004
Pages: 9

This paper provides a qualitative overview of the role of public participation in the review panel process under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA).

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: February 2004
Pages: 34

With the release of new forest practices regulations effective January 31, 2004, the BC provincial government has now finalized its “results-based” forest management regime.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: February 2004
Pages: 9

Government decisions that give rise to a health risk to the public at large may have a very real impact on the right to life, liberty and security of the person of individuals and the public at large. Surprisingly, there has been comparatively little litigation examining whether s.

Author: Gage, Andrew
Publication Date: January 2004
Pages: 34

Government decisions that give rise to a health risk to the public at large may have a very real impact on the right to life, liberty and security of the person of individuals and the public at large. Surprisingly, there has been comparatively little litigation examining whether s.

Author: Gage, Andrew
Publication Date: January 2004
Pages: 27

On October 21, 2003 the BC government passed its Bill 57, the Environmental Management Act. Bill 57 replaces BC's main pollution law, the Waste Management Act, with a new regime that is part of the BC government's deregulation initiative.

Author: Gage, Andrew
Publication Date: January 2004
Pages: 7

With the release of new forest practices regulations effective January 31, 2004, the BC provincial government has now finalized its 'results-based' forest management regime.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: January 2004
Pages: 9

On October 21, 2003 the BC government passed Bill 57, the Environmental Management Act (the “Act”). Bill 57 replaces BC’s main pollution law, the Waste Management Act, with a new regime.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: January 2004
Pages: 3

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