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protectionCPAWS-BC | Press Releases | Canada's Oceans Score Big in Speech from
VANCOUVER - The Government of Canada has indicated a commitment
to Canada's oceans in yesterday's speech from the throne, but conservationists
want to make sure it is followed up with real action and budget commitments.
In the speech, the Government of Canada committed to moving forward on its Oceans Action Plan, and noted its intention to complete a network of marine protected areas, implement integrated management plans, enhance the enforcement of rules governing oceans and fisheries, and maximize the use and development of oceans technology.
http://www.cpawsbc.org "We are very happy to see the Government of Canada reconfirming the commitment it made at the World Summit on Sustainable Development to establish a network of marine protected areas in Canada's oceans by 2012," says Sabine Jessen, Conservation Director of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society's B.C. chapter. marine, scientists. Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection - Juan de Fuca Please review the Juan de Fuca hiking page and the trail map (pdf version).
Exposed beaches along Juan de Fuca Provincial Park are subject to 'rogue' waves.
Watch for unusually large rogue waves that occasionally hit the beach.
Botanical Beach offers one of the richest tidal areas found along the west coast, and opportunities for viewing in these tide pools is excellent.
Limited opportunities exist for scuba diving in Juan de Fuca Park due to the extreme ocean conditions, tides and currents of the area.
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/juan_de_fuca/ NOTE: The foreshore around Botanical Beach and Botany Bay as well as the foreshore from Little Kuitsche to Payzant Creek is closed to scuba diving. park, trailhead. Awareness of Environment issues in BC politics My notion of democracy is that under it the weakest should have the same opportunity as the strongest.
November 20, 2002: Trucks take hospital laundry from BC to Alberta - BC Workers lose jobs ../awareness01/2002-nov20-environmentalists-slam-fha-scheme- ...
December 16, 2002: Premier can't see the spotted owls for the trees ../awareness01/2002-dec16-premier-can't-see-the-spotted-owls ...
June 19, 2002: Summary: Concern about Forest Practices Code and the lack of public scrutiny on forest activities by logging companies http://www.creativeresistance.ca/awareness-toc/awareness-for ...
The fate and future of the Strait of Georgia is under continuing examination by The Vancouver Sun newspaper.
From the Archipelago: The Turning Point---Are We There?
Source to Tap: British Columbia, Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment http://sourcetotap.manlab.com/eng/map_eng.php?view_id=1&juri ... Article Source, Management. PFRCC - News VANCOUVER, September 4, 2003 -- Today, the Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council (PFRCC) released a commissioned report investigating the troubling conflicts people and salmon have for water in British Columbia.
The report concludes that unprecedented water demand for industrial, agricultural and domestic purposes in BC watersheds has led to historically low water flows and, as a result, intense stress on salmon and their ability to reproduce.
In arriving at its conclusions the report examined two key BC watersheds (the Nicola River basin and the Englishman River watershed) and their associated water management issues in order to go beyond the theoretical to see what is really happening in BC. water, PFRCC. Fisheries and Oceans Canada: Ocean Conservation and Protection Stewardship of coastal subtidal marine habitats by local people, who have taken the required basic training, helps detect ecosystem changes in a reliable, consistent way.
Fisheries and Oceans scientists analyse the data collected from year to year and estimate trends such as the impact of human activity, or shifts in subtidal life on a particular reef.
Since 1997, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has partnered with the Labour Community Fisheries Development Society to test the Shorekeepers'Guide for Monitoring Intertidal Habitats of Canada's Pacific Waters.
http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/media-eng.htm The Georgia Basin Ecosystem Initiative involves intergovernmental collaboration and cooperation on programs and projects that focus on clean air; clean water; conservation and protection of habitats and species; and sustainable communities. Oceans, health. Chapter 196 - Columbia River Gorge; Ocean Resource Planning; Wetlands; Removal and Fill "Commission" means the Columbia River Gorge Commission established under section 5 of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act, P.L. 99-663.
The Legislative Assembly, considering the recommendations of the Land Conservation and Development Commission, finds that the management plan adopted pursuant to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act achieves on balance the purposes of the statewide planning goals adopted pursuant to ORS 197.230.
http://landru.leg.state.or.us/ors/196.html Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, in any case where review of a county action as well as a commission order is sought pursuant to subsection (2)(a) and (b) of this section, the court shall accept any findings of fact by the commission which the court finds to be supported by substantial evidence in the whole record, and such findings by the commission shall prevail over any findings by the county concerning the same or substantially the same facts. ORS, agency.
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