Monthly Archives: October 2010

Aquaculture in the news

Chronicle-Herald, October 26th report on environmental group views on aquaculture. TREPA is posting these public reports to keep track of events and make retrieval by our members easier. A coalition of regional fishery and environmental groups wants government to do … Continue reading

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More on StormChambers

We did a post a short while ago on the new storm drain system at Yarmouth High School. Here is video link that shows more detail. We should insist that all new large scale parking lot developments in Yarmouth have … Continue reading

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EAC call for show of support

We’re in the final stages of a three-year process to develop a new direction for our natural resources.  The first step was public consultation, and Nova Scotians gave an over-whelming call for change.  Then, a panel of expertise provided in-depth analysis and … Continue reading

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Wetland Policy – Where is it?

In the news: Chronicle-Herald, October 20, 2010 The Nova Scotia government still hasn’t enacted a wetlands conservation policy almost a year after it was supposed to be in place. And the Ecology Action Centre is displeased. Jennifer Graham, the Halifax … Continue reading

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Wetland policy question

“Where is wetland policy?  asks EAC Halifax, NS  –   The Ecology Action Centre wants to know what is hampering the announcement of the  province’s no-net-loss of wetland policy.  The provincial government promised to deliver a wetland conservation policy by … Continue reading

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