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The Environmental Law Centre is seeking a lawyer with 3+ years of experience to fill a term position as Staff Counsel in our Edmonton office.  Our activities focus on law reform, research and public legal education in areas of environmental and natural resources law.  Staff Counsel are involved primarily in delivery of our public programs, […]

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta Adapting Alberta’s Living Things to Climate Change    The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta and […]

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Loss Prevention vs. Replacement:  Alberta Needs a Policy Framework for Sustainable Agriculture   The ELC’s Role in Moving from Conversion to Conservation With the support of our donors and noted experts in the field, the ELC is currently working on a project exploring the challenges and opportunities for moving from conversion to conservation: stopping the loss […]

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For Immediate Posting Notice – Summer Law Student Position Accepting Applications for May – August 2019 Placement    Rate:    $20.00/hour   APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 6th 2019 The Environmental Law Centre invites applications from law students attending a Canadian university for a student research assistant position for May-August. Applicants must have strong research and writing skills.   The […]

The post Calling all Law Students! Summer Law Student Opportunity May to August 2019 appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta Regulating Geothermal: How do we own heat?     The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta and […]

The post Climate Change and the Law: Regulating Geothermal appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta Adapting Alberta’s Infrastructure to Climate Change    The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta and Part […]

The post Climate Change and the Law: Adapting Alberta’s Infrastructure to Climate Change appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta   Can anyone really have a right to sun?    The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Part One – An Introduction to Mitigation in […]

The post Climate Change and the Law: Can anyone really have a right to sun? appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part Two: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta   The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) encourages all Albertans to consider how governments, industry, communities and individuals can assist with adapting to climate change. The ELC’s second volume in our Climate Change and the Law report, Part Two […]

The post Climate Change and the Law: An Introduction to Adaptation in Alberta appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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Climate Change and the Law: A Primer for Alberta Part One: An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta 30% Renewable Energy in Alberta by 2030: Where are we now?   The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) recently published its report on Climate Change and the Law which consists of two parts: Climate Change and the Law: An […]

The post Climate Change and the Law: An Introduction to Mitigation in Alberta appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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  Coastal environmental concerns are highly relevant to land locked Alberta, but rarely do we discuss them. Join the ELC and our guest speakers to look beyond Alberta’s borders at the conundrums of crude and coastal communities. Up for discussion - the ecological, jurisdictional and legal challenges that arise in relation to what has become […]

The post ELC presents Green Regs and Ham: Coastal Conundrums April 15, Edmonton appeared first on Environmental Law Center.

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