It has become axiomatic that the ability to choose sustainable development paths requires consideration of the environmental effects of a policy at the same time as economic and other dimensions are being considered.
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April 28, 1994
The West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation began the Electronic Crossroads project in February, 1993.
The West Coast Environmental Law Association promotes the prevention of harm to the environment. We welcome the Government's recent initiative in respect of reform of the Water Act and have studied the paper on water pricing.
This report examines the ways in which subsidies or payments to farmers have been used in jurisdictions throughout North America and Europe to pursue environmental ends. The report is divided into two parts.
We recommend that section 16 of the Act be amended as follows:
(1) by adding the following new subsection 16(1):
West Coast Environmental Law Association (WCELA) provides legal services to members of the public who are concerned about threats to the environment.
Since 1974, West Coast Environmental Law Association (WCELA) has provided legal services to members of the public who are concerned about threats to the environment.