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.
A report prepared for Skeena Fisheries Commission making the case for prohibiting the removal of fish from water during catch-and-release fishing.
A report providing recommendations for incorporating Indigenous laws and traditions into the Water Sustainability Act decision-making process.
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 Be the Change Earth Alliance evaluating how BC’s current laws address transportation demand management strategy of commute trip reduction.
A report prepared for Raincoast Conservation Foundation providing law reform recommendations to protect the threatened Coastal Douglas-fir Biogeoclimatic Zone on the Gulf Islands.
A report prepared for Surfrider Foundation Canada calling for the introduction of national plastic recycling standards in Canada. This is the fourth report in the series of the ELC’s work on plastics issues.