This story is the second in a series we’re sharing in 2021 to mark the ELC’s 25th anniversary [ICYMI, our first flashback is here]. We’ll take this time to reflect on milestones and appreciate work done in the past that >
Helping to improve deteriorating water quality and other ecological conditions at Elk/Beaver Lake that pose danger to the health of humans, animals, and the environment is the aim of the ELC submission Recommendations for Optimal Implementation of the Elk/Beaver Lake >
A report prepared for Veins of Life Watershed Society identifying opportunities to strengthen and supplement the Capital Regional District’s draft management plan to address deteriorating water quality and other ecological conditions at Elk/Beaver Lake (near Victoria, BC.)
A report prepared for Raincoast Conservation Foundation providing law reform recommendations to protect the threatened Coastal Douglas-fir Biogeoclimatic Zone on the Gulf Islands.
Much of the infrastructure that deals with stormwater in the Capital Regional District (CRD) is in urgent need of upgrading, a problem that was highlighted in 2017 when Victoria’s annual Gorge Swimfest was cancelled caused by cross contamination of sewer >
Follow-up report prepared for the Veins of Life Watershed Society
I couldn’t ask for a better co-op experience than being immersed in the world of public interest environmental law at the ELC. It’s been great to work on a variety of projects, to meet others doing inspiring environmental work, and >
An estimated 800,000 eggs, nestlings and adult birds are destroyed each year in Canada by roadside mowing and brushing. While road maintenance is important for safe transportation, it is possible to schedule maintenance outside of nesting season, which is why >
A recent ELC submission calls on the provincial government to address long-standing and growing concerns over an active gun range in the Cowichan River Provincial Park, the only operational gun range in a provincial park in the province. “When you >
Submission calling on government to address long-standing and growing concerns over an active gun range in the Cowichan River Provincial Park, the only operational gun range in a provincial park in the province.