ÉditeurThomson Reuters
Date de parutionDécembre 2023
ISBN9781668713877
Nombre de pages208
Formatpapier
Reliuresouple
Code de produit

352.003.23

Key Developments in Environmental Law, 2023 Edition


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Key Developments in Environmental Law, 2023 Edition will be of interest to anyone interested in the legal implications of environmental issues – including students and teachers, environmental law practitioners, judges and tribunal makers, and those engaged in the development of public policy. The text is essential reading for anyone committed to keeping current on regional, national, and international developments affecting Canadians environmental interests.

The 2023 edition of Key Developments in Environmental Law is edited by Stanley Berger. Stan Berger has practiced regulatory and environmental law over the past 40 years both in private practice, as Assistant General Counsel at Ontario Power Generation Inc., Deputy Director of Legal Services at the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Assistant Crown Attorney. He served as President of the International Nuclear Law Association and Founder and President of the Canadian Nuclear Law Organization (CNLO). He continues to serve on the Board of the CNLO. He is the author of the Thomson Reuters Looseleaf service The Prosecution and Defense of Environmental Offenses, first published in 1994.

The following 11 papers are included in the 2023 edition:

  • Mathur v. Ontario – Challenging Climate Change Regulation in Ontario – Prospects for the Future, by Stan Berger
  • The 2023 Amendments to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: Has the Right to be Free from Industrial Chemical Harm Been Secured?, by Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon
  • Recent Developments in Carbon Capture in Canada, by Daniel Collins, Byron Reynolds, Hazel Saffrey, and Kate Wiltse
  • Alberta’s Industrial Greenhouse Gas Emissions Regulatory Regime, by Dufferin Harper, Matt Hammer and Jacob Roth
  • Key Development in Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage in Ontario, by Brianne Paulin and Tyson Dyck
  • The Future of Offshore Renewable Energy Projects in Atlantic Canada, by John Vellone and Harry Case
  • The 2023 Canadian Environmental Reporting Landscape: OSFI Guideline B-15 and ISSB Global Sustainability Reporting Framework, Melanie Cole and Nadia Narain
  • The 2023 Austrian Power Grid & Others v. ACER case, a landmark case for the integration of the EU electricity market, by Evelyne M. Ameye
  • A Curious Intersection Between Contaminated Site Liability and Property Taxation, by Nicholas Hughes and Kate Macdonald
  • Implications for Industry and Lessons from Yahey and the Blueberry River First Nation Settlement, by Sander Duncanson, Sean Sutherland, and Joey Chan
  • Unprecedented Fines and the Proposed Expansion of Ontario’s Administrative Penalty Regime: Reflections on Increased Environmental Enforcement and a Path Forward, by Jennifer Fairfax, Even Barz, Sarah Greenwood, and Madeleine Worndl

Author

Stan Berger has practised regulatory and environmental law over the past 40 years both in private practice, as Assistant General Counsel at Ontario Power Generation Inc., Deputy Director of Legal Services at the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Assistant Crown Attorney. He served as President of the International Nuclear Law Association and Founder and President of the Canadian Nuclear Law Organization (CNLO). He continues to serve on the Board of the CNLO. He is the author of the Thomson Reuters Looseleaf service The Prosecution and Defence of Environmental Offences, first published in 1994. He is an assistant editor of the Canadian Environmental Law Reports and is editor of the annual Key Developments in Environmental Law.