Content tagged “government”

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  • Prosperity Mine, Round 2

    It's a familiar script, with familiar players. Taseko Mines Ltd.'s proposed New Prosperity gold-copper mine for the Fish Lake watershed 150 kilometres southwest of WiIliams Lake, B.C., just received a damning report from a review panel — yet again. More »

    Notes from the Panther Lounge

  • Nature gets a seat at the decision-making table

    As climate scientists release new information through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, environmental scientists are hailing a policy from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency as ground-breaking and long overdue. This summer, FEMA announced it would be the first federal agency to incorporate environmental benefits into decision-making. More »

    Notes from the Panther Lounge

  • B.C. fisheries management makes waves overseas

    The success story behind BC's groundfish fisheries collaboration with environmental groups was recognized recently at the international Fishing Into The Future workshop hosted by HRH Prince Charles. The improvements to BC's groundfish fisheries offer a beacon of hope that future generations can continue to enjoy the rewards from sustainable fisheries, and a healthy ocean, for many years. More »

    Healthy Oceans

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