November 19, 2021

Why I Joined the ELC – Kim MacLaughlin

I joined the Environmental Liaison Committee by chance, another member had to leave, and he suggested I should take his spot. At first, I was apprehensive […]
November 4, 2021

Saltwire: Open dialogue creates trust and respect

The mandate of the ELC is to engage and have respectful dialogue with community neighbors, rights holders, and all Nova Scotians. Below is a story from […]
October 21, 2021

October 2021 Mid-Term Report

Since the Environmental Liaison Committee (ELC) issued their initial report in February 2021, we have continued to review the results of its findings. This is the […]
October 18, 2021

Climate Change – Presentation

Rachel Mitchell is the climate change and sustainability manager with the Town of New Glasgow. In this capacity, Rachel oversees the Town’s sustainability initiatives, climate mitigation […]
October 12, 2021

Why I Joined the ELC – Michael van den Heuvel

I joined the ELC because I believe in the importance of science-based decision-making. I also have 30 years of experience in the environmental impacts of pulp […]
October 12, 2021

Why I Joined the ELC – David Parker

When I heard of the formation of the ELC l was motivated to join to have real input into a reformed mill and into better forestry […]
September 27, 2021

What is Effluent? – Presentation

Dr. Michael van den Huevel is a valued member of the ELC committee. He is an environmental scientist based at the University of PEI. The ELC enjoyed […]
September 24, 2021

Why I joined the ELC – John Andrew Boyd

My initial reason for joining the ELC was that, as an inshore fisherman, I had serious reservations about the proposed pipeline from Northern Pulp that was […]