How will Atlantic Canada be impacted by climate change? How can the law help protect our communities?
In Atlantic Canada, climate change is expected to bring warmer average temperatures, higher sea levels, more extreme rainfalls and storm flooding, and more frequent and extreme storms. Provincial, municipal, and federal government, private industry, as well as communities and individuals are all responsible for addressing climate change, while at the same time, understanding the need for energy independence. Read our publications below to see how ECELAW is representing the best interests of the region.
Climate & Energy Publications
- NEB Modernization - An East Coast Perspective (Ecology Action Centre w/ ECELAW collabortaion)