February 2021 Interim ReportFebruary 1, 2021
As part of its new approach and commitment to improved stakeholder engagement, Northern Pulp Nova Scotia (Northern Pulp) has established an independent Environment Liaison Committee (ELC) to act as an advisory body to the company by providing input on existing or potential concerns and solutions.
The ELC consists of individuals with diverse backgrounds and views on Northern Pulp’s operations throughout Nova Scotia and at the mill site.
The objectives of the ELC are to:
- Attempt to identify, review and prioritize potential environmental, forestry, marine, and community engagement issues and solutions related to Northern Pulp’s operations;
- Consider Northern Pulp’s commitment to build long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with stakeholders and rights holders when proposing potential solutions related to Northern Pulp’s operations;
- Reach a consensus on the issues and potential solutions related to Northern Pulp’s operations; and,
- Present findings to Northern Pulp Nova Scotia for further action related to the company’s operations.