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Alberta’s Land and Resource Management System Broken

New report lays out blueprint for land use framework

Pembina InstituteCanadian Parks and Wilderness Society

Feb 21, 2008 — The Government of Alberta’s approach to land and resource management has led the province down a path of unsustainable development. A new report by the Pembina Institute and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) proposes a blueprint for improving Albertans’ quality of life and ensuring environmental sustainability. Read more »

Posted February 21, 2008 by Anonymous

Government Violates Guidelines and Allows Further Destruction of Endangered Caribou Habitat

Alberta Wilderness AssociationCanadian Parks and Wilderness Society - Northern Alberta

Press Release January 22, 2008

Interim strategies to protect caribou were agreed to in 2006 by all members of the West Central Caribou Landscape Team, including government and industry, to prevent further degradation of the caribou range in the Foothills of western Alberta. The best remaining parts of the caribou ranges (intact patches) were identified. One of the most important of the interim strategies is to minimize further fragmentation of intact patches. It has been recently learned that government continues to permit industrial use in these intact areas, including the Little Smoky Range, where a caribou herd is at immediate risk of elimination. Government refuses to give out information on where the use is occurring. Read more »

Posted January 23, 2008 by Anonymous

Albertans share their views on land-use in Alberta

The following information has been posted to the Government of Alberta website.


Information Bulletin

October 9, 2007

Albertans share their views on land-use in Alberta

Summary report of Land-use Framework public input now available

Edmonton... More than 3,000 Albertans shared their views on a variety of land-use management issues and challenges as part of the public input phase of the Land-use Framework consultation. Read more »

Posted October 11, 2007 by Anonymous

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

Land Use Framework Public Consultation

Description:
Public sessions on the development of the Land-use Framework will take place at locations around the province, from May 14 to 31. Learn more about land use in Alberta Read more »

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