Thanks to the ELC Club, there is a new tool to assist in our work on mining law reform. Earlier this year, members of the ELC Club gathered students from three law schools, law professors, law librarians and legal practitioners >
A recent ELC submission on behalf of the BC Wildlife Federation (BCWF) to BC’s Auditor General says it’s time to examine the environmental and economic impacts of grazing leases and licenses on Crown land. The provincial government has a duty >
Report providing law reform recommendations to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s road maintenance policy
Request to the Auditor General to conduct an audit and examination of grazing leases on Crown land. Submitted June 12, 2018.
A recent ELC report prepared for the Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable (CRWR) shows how communities can consider wildlife and watersheds when they establish or expand environmental policy. “The report provides some real practical examples that the Roundtable can take forward >
Outdated gold rush laws from the 19th century pose a serious risk to the environment and human health across BC. To address the issue, the ELC asked BC’s Auditor General in March to examine the government’s apparent failure to adequately >
Joint document providing a vision for a new approach to environmental assessment in BC as well as key changes needed to make that happen.
Submission to BC’s Auditor General to examine the government’s apparent failure to adequately regulate placer mining
More than 50 law students put their heads together earlier this month to help unearth BC’s mining legislative history. Dubbed, Mining Law in BC – Digging up a Dirty History, the event’s gleanings will help inform mining law reform efforts. >
Submission to the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy on the November 2017 Agricultural Waste Control Regulation Review Intentions Paper. Delivered to the Ministry on January 2, 2018.