Summary of enforcement actions
A report providing an overview of the enforcement of Alberta's Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA) for the calendar year 1996.
A report providing an overview of the enforcement of Alberta's Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA) from September 1, 1993 (when it came into effect), to December 31, 1995.
French Version.... All the things around you make up your environment. In this book, you are going to learn through many activities about the different parts of the environment - land, air, water and waste.
All the things around you make up your environment. In this book, you are going to learn through many activities about the different parts of the environment - land, air, water and waste.
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The business plan for the three years commencing April 1, 2005 was prepared under my direction in accordance with the Government Accountability Act and the government's accounting policies. All of the government's policy decisions as of March 21, 2005 with material economic or fiscal implications of which I am aware have been considered in preparing the business plan.
This Business Plan for the three years commencing April 1, 2002 was prepared under my direction in accordance with the Government Accountability Act and the government’s accounting policies. All of the government’s policy decisions as at February 26, 2002 with material economic or fiscal implications of which I am aware have been considered in preparing the Business Plan.
Environment Week celebrates Alberta's environment. It is a great time for Albertans to host and attend events that include some learning, some fun and some action. Action is doing something on purpose to lessen your impact on the environment. Celebrating and action projects are great ways to bring a community together towards a greener future.
SpotLight on BioDiversity Changing the world begins with you and me. Small actions by each of us add up to make a significant difference for the world. Varity is the spice of life, just like biodiversity is for the health of the planet. It is measured as the variety within species (genetic diversity), the variety between species, and the variety of ecosystems. There are many actions we can each take to reduce our environmental footprints and help maintain biodiversity. Participating in local Environment Week events is a great way to discover easy things you can do for the environment. The choices you make - big and small - really do make a difference because your action counts!
Find a Green Stop Near You
Celebrate by hosting or visiting a Green Stop in your community. What's a Green Stop? They are Environment Week events organized by local citizens and community groups designed to educate, empower and engage community members. It can be anything from nature walks, talks, clean ups, hands-on experiences with nature or displays. Dream up a bright idea and make a difference in your community.
Green Stops are guaranteed to be informative and fun! Most of them are free. Join in the Green Stop program; after all, who can resist a celebration?
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The Regional Steering Group, who oversaw the NES Strategy, produced updates to inform Albertans on their progress.
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The Government of Alberta formally will release this strategy in early 2005.
Designed to support sustainable development in the northern east slopes region of Alberta by providing strategic direction for natural resource and environmental management, the strategy takes the region's environmental, economic and community values into account.
The strategy will help government, industry and Albertans in effective and efficient planning to address the cumulative effects of human activity in the northern east slopes.
Basis for the strategy are the May 2003 recommendations of a regional steering group appointed by the Minister of Environment. These recommendations emerged from extensive stakeholder consultation within the region.
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