The following review of the Draft Fort St.
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This report card evaluates the negotiating positions of the 27 nations that are members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and signatories to the Framework Convention on Climate Change. These are the world's leading nations.
The following review of the Stillwater Timberlands Pilot Project was prepared on behalf of the BC Environmental Network Forest Caucus by Jessica Clogg; staff counsel at West Coast Environmental Law and Laurel Brewster; forestry advisor at the Sierra Legal
This series of briefing notes provides an overview of the issues to be decided at CoP6, where, from November 13 to 24, 2000, the nations of the world will meet in The Hague to decide the fate of the Kyoto Protocol.
Recently released data shows that, if adopted, the Canadian position on the treatment of forests and soils under the Kyoto Protocol would obliterate the environmental impact of the Kyoto Protocol.
In order to assist the consultants undertaking the above review, West Coast Environmental Law (WCEL) has prepared the following submission regarding the liability provisions for mine reclamation and environmental protection as they relate to mining under
At a time when the principles of de-regulation, privatization, and downsizing have captured government agendas across the country, the tragic events taking place in Walkerton serve as important reminders of the human cost of such policies.
Two trends -- increased political interest in ecological tax reform and the increasing urgency of reducing greenhouse gas emissions -- could see ecological tax reform being the next major trend in environmental law in Canada.
The purpose of these submissions is to respond to the Consultation Document dated May 15, 2000, entitled "Developing a Response to Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation in British Columbia".
The Canadian position on the treatment of sequestration of carbon by forests and under the Kyoto Protocol is scientifically unsound and could lead to massive increases in atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases.