B.C. groups deliver ideas for overhaul of environmental assessments

Environmental, social justice and community groups want British Columbia’s environmental assessment process overhauled to better consider scientific and Indigenous knowledge.

“In our experience the existing assessment process lacks transparency, accountability and credibility, fails to meaningfully engage and inform the public, and leaves lands, waters and communities vulnerable from poorly planned development,” says Pat Moss, executive director of the Northwest Institute.

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