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/
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/
Request pursuant to sections 7(2), 21.1, 23(1) and 23(2) of the Auditor General Act to the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development and the Auditor General of Canada for an inquiry Into Canada’s failure to control Elk Valley’s coal mine pollution.
A review of highlights from 2020-21, a year where we adapted to temporarily shifting our program online and still delivered over 6,000 hours of pro bono legal services to community and Indigenous organizations across BC.
Submission to the Special Legislative Committee on Reforming the Police Act prepared on behalf of Raincoast Conservation.
The ELC is now accepting applications to our shared articling program for 2022-23. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 31, 2021. For details on how to apply, please see the ad. For more information on our shared articling program, please see our shared articles flyer.
The Environmental Law Centre is inviting applications for one or more Environmental Law Clinic Lawyers and/or Clinic Director. This is a unique opportunity to practice public interest environmental law full time within an institutional setting working with passionate students, colleagues and clients. Please see the posting for more information. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: JUNE 4, >
Law reform recommendations to support a Green Bylaws approach in the District of Kitimat. A submission prepared for Kitimat Rod and Gun Club.
Numerous factors threaten the flow and quality of water in the Coquitlam River: urban development and diking, population growth, the effects of climate change, and a hydroelectric dam flow management regime that has had a negative impact on fish. As populations in the area increase, so will the demand for drinking water; and drought conditions >
Submission in response to the federal government’s discussion paper released following the October announcement to achieve zero plastic waste by 2030.