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 >
An ELC Clinic submission prepared for Sierra Club of BC on laws to protect bear dens in British Columbia.
Submission prepared on behalf of the BC Wildlife Federation requesting an audit and examination of BC Hydro’s funding of the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) and the propriety of the FWCP’s current distribution of BC Hydro funds for fish >
At the end of June, a hovering heat dome caused temperatures to soar far above normal ranges in many BC communities for days on end. With climate change models predicting more high temperatures and deepening draught conditions, many people are >
An ELC Clinic submission prepared for Golden and District Water Protection Committee. Link to Executive Summary: https://elc.uvic.ca/publications/exec-summary-water-for-the-future/
Executive Summary of an ELC Clinic submission prepared for Golden and District Water Protection Committee. Link to full submission: https://elc.uvic.ca/publications/water-for-the-future/