This Nova Scotia regulation pertains to the handling of ozone layer reducing substances and was made under the Environment Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1). The regulation also sets out a list of prohibited substances under the act.
This regulation was made under the Environment Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1), and puts forward offences, limits, emission caps, reports, and ministerial duties as it pertains to air pollutants for the province of Nova Scotia.
This presentation by Howard Epstein for the 2010 ECELAW Summary Series,
These Nova Scotia regulations are made under section 49 of the Environmental Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1), and along with that act provide a framework for environmental assessment to be administered by the Environmental Assessment Administrator as described ...
This Act promotes responsible and sustainable mineral resource development. It provides an administrative framework, encourages exploration, and details information with respect to titles, declaration, and assertion of claims.
This is a presentation for the 2010 ECELAW Summary Series by Derek Simon on Protected Areas. It covers jurisdiction over protected areas (provincial, federal, and aboriginal), provincial and federal management, and which protection option is best.
Details requirements for administration and membership of the Nova Scotia Round Table on Environment and Economy, which represents various sectors of the Province, including business, environmental, and aboriginal communities.
This Nova Scotia legislation aims to protect provincial water resources so as to ensure their “long-term self-sufficiency and utilization to the greatest benefit of the population”. It recognizes the need to preserve water supplies for future domestic nee ...