Miller Thomson lawyers speak at CBA Environmental, Energy & Resources Law Summit
The CBA Environmental, Energy & Resources Summit will examine issues surrounding successful delivery of resources to markets and potential impacts of those projects on the environment. Sarah Hansen is one of the co-chairs and also moderates a panel on “Pipelines...
Sarah Hansen speaks on Indigenous Laws & the Future of Environmental Assessments
Sarah Hansen is a speaker at the CBA (BC Branch) Environmental Law & Aboriginal Law-Vancouver Joint Section Meeting. The discussion will focus on experiences, perspectives, and lessons learned on indigenous-led independent environmental assessment processes.
Agribusiness lawyers host Legal & Regulatory Review forum
Wendy Baker, Sarah Hansen, and John Tidball host the “Annual Legal and Regulatory Review” session at the Agri-Energy and Waste Management Forum in Abbotsford.
Tony Crossman and Sarah Hansen present “Monitoring GHG Emissions in BC” at Insight’s Environmental Law in BC conference.
An update on GHG emissions regulation in BC How do air emissions regulations affect oil and gas exploration companies in BC? A review of regional air emission initiatives, including the proposed Greater Vancouver odour management bylaw Do’s and don’ts...
Sarah Hansen speaks on “The Latest Developments in First Nation Taxation” at PBLI’s Aboriginal Law Conference.
Sarah Hansen speaks on “Environmental Case Updates” at the Environmental Managers Association of BC 2012 Workshop.
Tony Crossman and Sarah Hansen co-chair CLEBC’s course on “Environmental Law: Managing Risk”.
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Tony Crossman and Sarah Hansen speak on “Winning Advocacy Skills: Tips and Techniques for Appearing Before an Administrative Tribunal” at the CBA’s Canadian Legal Conference & Expo.
Sarah Hansen moderates a panel at the Environmental Managers’ Association of BC’s workshop on “Managing Moving Targets: Evolving Legislation and Migrating Contamination”.
Sarah Hansen speaks on “Environmental Assessment” at EPIC’s Understanding Environmental Regulations conference.
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Act Assessment triggers Inclusions and exclusions The Provincial EA Process Applications for projects