Environmental Law & Policy

Public consultation - CEC Operational Plan for 2007-2009

To the institutions and general public of North America with an interest in environmental protection

Montreal, 22 November 2006. The Joint Public Advisory Committee (JPAC) of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) of North America, in fulfilling its responsibility to assure an active public participation in the activities of the Commission, as well as to advise the Council of the CEC in its deliberations, requests the North American public to submit comments related to the CEC Operational Plan for 2007–2009. Read more about Public consultation - CEC Operational Plan for 2007-2009

Action Alert: Canadian Environmental Assessment Act

The Harper Government has not budgeted for the five million dollars that was committed to implement last November's Cabinet Directive for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. The Directive (posted online at http://www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca/013/010/directives_e.htm), prioritizes the delivery of high quality environmental assessments in a predictable, certain and timely manner, while recognizing the need for strong leadership from the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the federal environmental assessment coordinator.

The Directive bills itself as an initial step towards achieving consolidation of the federal environmental assessment process and aims to: Read more about Action Alert: Canadian Environmental Assessment Act

Power for the People: Determining Our Energy Future, Early-bird Registration Deadline

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
Parkland Institute's Tenth Annual Conference:Power for the People: Determining Our Energy FutureFeaturing John Ralston Saul on Democracy, Sovereignty and EnergyUniversity of Alberta CampusNovember 17-19, 2006Save Money! Deadline for early-bird registration is November 3.A conference about:

  • Alberta’s Role in Fuelling Global Demand
  • An Alternative Perspective: The Norwegian Example
  • Energy Regulation and Public Participation: Disappointments in Democracy
  • The Political Power of the Energy Sector in Alberta
  • Life on the Tar Sands: The Real Cost
  • Don't "Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark"
  • Getting Our Fair Share
  • Opportunities Lost? Maximizing Our Resource Heritage
  • Trading Away Our Energy Future?
  • A Good Life for All
  • Transitioning to a Post Carbon Economy
  • Investing in Our Future

Can't come to the whole conference come to part of it! Tickets are available for every time block of the conference.

Power for the People: Determining Our Energy Future

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
Parkland Institute's Tenth Annual Conference:Power for the People: Determining Our Energy FutureFeaturing John Ralston Saul on Democracy, Sovereignty and EnergyUniversity of Alberta CampusNovember 17-19, 2006Save Money! Deadline for early-bird registration is November 3.A conference about:

  • Alberta’s Role in Fuelling Global Demand
  • An Alternative Perspective: The Norwegian Example
  • Energy Regulation and Public Participation: Disappointments in Democracy
  • The Political Power of the Energy Sector in Alberta
  • Life on the Tar Sands: The Real Cost
  • Don't "Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark"
  • Getting Our Fair Share
  • Opportunities Lost? Maximizing Our Resource Heritage
  • Trading Away Our Energy Future?
  • A Good Life for All
  • Transitioning to a Post Carbon Economy
  • Investing in Our Future

Can't come to the whole conference come to part of it! Tickets are available for every time block of the conference.

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