As Canadians become ever more vigilant about the state of the environment and insistent that offenders of environmental laws be held accountable, we have witnessed an increasing degree of government regulation aimed at protecting the environment. Indeed, in light of the emergence of climate change as perhaps the major environmental issue of our time, the environment has become such an important issue that it is imperative for anyone in a business venture to be fully informed on what the relevant environmental laws allow and prohibit, and how to respond to the demands of governments and the public.
This overview is designed to assist the reader in understanding the rapidly changing environmental regulatory maze in B.C., but it is not intended to provide legal or other professional advice. For more information on how we can help you meet your business objectives, contact any member of the Blakes Vancouver Environmental group
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