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Date Title Organization(s)
July 9, 2020 Calgary Climate Hub Wants ENMAX to go Net Zero by 2050 Calgary Climate Hub
June 24, 2020 Alberta will resume environmental monitoring requirements for oil and gas operators after 2-month pause  CPAWS Northern Alberta
June 23, 2020 Albertans always care about their parks, not just during a pandemic CPAWS Northern Alberta
June 12, 2020 New Bill 22 proposes changes to series of environmental tools in the name of “red tape reduction” CPAWS Northern Alberta
June 9, 2020 Groups across Alberta and the Northwest Territories warn the federal government of impacts of monitoring suspensions on Wood Buffalo National Park Fort Chipewyan Métis Association, Northwest Territory Métis Nation, Smith’s Landing First Nation, Hamlet of Fort Resolution, Keepers of the Athabasca Watershed Society, Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS Northern Alberta, CPAWS Northwest Territories, Ecology North, Alternatives North, Council of Canadians – Edmonton and Northwest Territories Chapters
June 5, 2020 Joint letter calls for the immediate reinstatement of environmental monitoring of oil and gas projects in Alberta Pembina Institute, Alberta Wilderness Association, Smith's Landing First Nation, CPAWS Northern Alberta, Mikisew Cree First Nation, Fort Chipewyan Metis Association, Environmental Law Centre
May 29, 2020 Alberta Coal Policy scrapped, making open-pit coal mining more accessible than ever along the eastern slopes of the Rockies CPAWS Northern Alberta
May 29, 2020 Rescinding the Alberta Coal Policy opens headwaters in the eastern slopes of the Rockies to open-pit coal mining CPAWS Southern Alberta
May 22, 2020 Environmental monitoring suspended for all oil and gas projects in Alberta CPAWS Northern Alberta
May 20, 2020 Alberta Strips Away Significant Mountain-Foothills Protection To Encourage Coal Mines Alberta Wilderness Association

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