Organizations engaged in research, education and advocacy The Environmental Law Centre in Alberta (www.
What does ELC stand for?
ELC stands for Environmental Law Centre (Canada)
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- Enhanced Learning Credit (scheme)
- Enhanced Live Production Control System (newsroom automation software; Sony)
- Enterprise Life Cycle
- Entertainment Labor Consulting (Los Angeles, CA)
- Entity Level Controls (Sarbanes Oxley, Audit)
- Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Consulting (Columbia University club)
- Entreprise Lyonnaise de Construction (French construction company)
- Entry Level Credential (work skills program)
- Environment Liaison Center
- Environment Liaison Centre International (Kenya)
- Environmental Leadership Council
- Environmental Learning Center (Vero Beach, FL)
- Environmental Literacy Council (Washington, DC)
- Equal-Loudness Contours
- Équipe Locale de Crise (French: Local Crisis Team)
- Equipment Leasing Company
- Estimated Landed Cost (retail industry)
- Estimated Loss Code (US Navy)
- European Landscape Convention (international treaty)
- European Language Council
Samples in periodicals archive:
The PU Law College Society of International Law is organising a seminar on the "Indus Water Treaty" today (Saturday) at 10am in the auditorium of the Dr Pervaiz Hassan Environmental Law Centre.
Representatives of the Treaty 8 and Treaty 6 First Nations attended along with CUPE Alberta, Treaty Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, Public Interest Alberta, Sierra Club, the Environmental Law Centre, the Parkland Institute and members of landowner and surface rights groups.
The Sierra Legal Defence Fund, Great Lakes United, and the Quebec Environmental Law Centre say their findings show the danger of the federal government transferring responsibility for environmental protection to the provinces.
Looking at Public Involvement In Alberta, the Environmental Law Centre completed a project in 2006 that examined the province's Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) to assess how accessible it is to the public.
In the remote East Cape peninsular of the Milne Bay province, ACF is working with the Environmental Law Centre on a project covering four villages.
The Environmental Law Centre report also identified one of the most serious challenges in the quest to protect natural landscapes, the lack of co-ordination between protective designations on land and those dispositions granted by government to industrial interests who would develop the same land.