West Coast Environmental Law Association has provided legal services to citizens in British Columbia concerned about threats to the environment since 1974. One important area of our mandate involves working to improve environmental legislation, regulations and policy.
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These proceedings are the summary of a workshop on urban stream protection organized by West Coast Environmental Law.
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Today's environmental imperatives are propelling us into an era where we must rethink our approach to environmental protection.
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The British Columbia Greenhouse Gas Action Plan was published in November 1995 by the British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources and the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks.
This report is about the laws and policies that affect protection of biological diversity in British Columbia. Biodiversity means the whole spectrum of life on earth. It includes species diversity , genetic diversity and ecosystem diversity.
Speaker's presentation slides that provide information and analyses on global climate change.
The West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation (WCELRF) is a non-profit, charitable society devoted to legal research and education aimed at protection of the environment and promotion of public participation in environmental decis