Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights and You

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Centre for Social Innovation

1st Floor

215 Spadina Avenue

Toronto, M5T 2C7

 

FBTW

Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights: A Toolkit for Change 

A training workshop for environmental NGOs organized by Sustainability Network, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute.

 

The March 4th workshop is full.  We're very happy to say we are now able to offer the same workshop with mostly the same line up the next afternoon as well.


If you would like to attend this free workshop, lease reply to this email indicating the person interested in coming, any affiliation that you would like to list and confirming you are registering for EBR  workshop on March 5.
 
Looking forward to seeing many or all of you then.

March 4, 2014

1:00-4:00 PM

 

Centre for Social Innovation

1st Floor

215 Spadina Avenue

Toronto, M5T 2C7

 
 

This interactive workshop will introduce you to Ontario’s Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR), a powerful toolkit for environmental change. Whether your issues are wildlife or water taking permits, alvars or air quality, greenhouse gases or gravel pits, you want to ensure you have the full range of tools at your disposal. The EBR is designed to boost public engagement with Ontario’s environmental laws and policies.

Presenters:

Gord Miller: The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario is the province’s independent environmental watchdog, appointed by the Legislative Assembly.

Michelle Kassel: As a Senior Manager at the ECO, Michelle will draw on her legal background to illuminate the role of the EBR in the larger legislative framework.

Mike Parkes: Mike has extensive expertise in energy and climate change, and is a Senior Policy and Decision Analyst at the ECO.

Tyler Schulz:Tyler is a Senior Policy and Decision Analyst at the ECO, with first-hand experience on hundreds of EBR applications.