At the end of August, the ELC appeared before a United Nations Reactive Monitoring Mission hearing on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation to present findings from a recently released ELC report on how to regulate any proposed release >
Using peat moss may help your garden retain water, but it also intensifies climate change. Fortunately, there are alternatives. Legal and Policy Options to Ban or Limit the Use of Horticultural Peat Moss in British Columbia, a new ELC submission >
A submission prepared on behalf of Peatlands Protection Society recommending legal and policy options to ban or limit the use of horticultural peat moss in BC.
With the goal of empowering citizen groups to defend access to the wild spaces they care about, the ELC and the Outdoor Recreation Council released Wild Places and Green Spaces: A Citizen’s Guide to Proving Public Access this August. Three >
Prepared on behalf of the Outdoor Recreation Council of BC, this Citizen’s Guide is designed to assist British Columbians who want to prove a public right to access to wild places and green spaces. October 20, 2022: updated version of >
A submission prepared on behalf of the Veins of Life Watershed Society on the need to protect public waterfront on the Gorge from private use and occupation.
A report prepared on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation regarding optimal rules for treatment and disposal of oil sands process affected waters currently stored in tailings ponds in and around their territory.
Submission prepared on behalf of Wildsight requesting that the issue of cross-border coal mine pollution issues in the Kootenay/Kootenai River Watershed be referred to the International Joint Commission.
We’ve said many times before that some ELC files need time to brew. Such was the case with our 2019 submission with Ecojustice to Canada’s Competition Bureau asking for an investigation into Keurig Canada’s claims about the recyclability of their >
An ELC Clinic submission prepared for Sierra Club of BC on laws to protect bear dens in British Columbia.