Submission by Dr. Piotr Trela, Climate Change and Energy Coordinator for Sierra Club Canada, Atlantic Chapter, in response to the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador public discussion document: "Coastal and Ocean Management Strategy and Policy Framework for Newfoundland and Labrador".
Direct Evidence for NS UARB Hearing # W-HRWC-R-10
While the Sierra Club Canada – Atlantic Canada Chapter supports rate restructuring of water, waste water and storm utilities in the interest of improved management and sustainability, the current rate structure application does not sufficiently address questions of efficient allocation of resources, adequate revenues over time, and increased innovation and conservation.
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A map illustrating percentage of fishing sets (from all fisheires and all gear types) containing deep sea corals off southern Newfoundland (Northwest Atlantic Fishieries Organization 3O) for 2004 and 2005.
The Sandpiper is the quarterly newsletter for the Atlantic Canada Chapter of Sierra Club Canada!
Here's what you'll find in the Winter 2010-2011 issue...
Guelph growth: SCO says, 'Don't sacrifice the environment!', The Money Tree: Home Renovation Tax Credit opportunities, welcome John Bennett as new SCC Director, sustainable cities are different than sustaining wildlands, positive Northern ON agricultural trends - a report from Thunder Bay, Dumpsite 41 blockade a success, and more...
Diversity Program will strengthen the Green Movement and SCO, road tolls - the best option for transit expansion, water issues are a focal point for Greening Nipissing, and more...
Priorities for preservation in Peel, Pedal for the Planet pushes for policy not climate change, international policy & cooperation needed to combat global climate change, TO City election evaluations, and more...
No Going Home: victim of toxic contamination in Cambridge ON describes the effect on her life, ON building codes need updating for sustainable materials, protecting the Rouge via National Park status, can Sierra help Canada become the next green "economic tiger"?, ON takes a nuclear time-out, and more...