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According to Kathryn Gwiazdon, a member of the WCEL
and a leader within the ESG, "Rights of nature acknowledges the flaws of the existing legal system where nature has no voice in law and policy, and so harms occur without proper legal liability and culpability.
, while by no means endorsing Bill C-51, is using the feds' own language to demonstrate the narrowness of its vision.
Sources: British Columbia (2003a, 2003b, 2003d, 2005); Hoberg (2002:5); WCEL
(2002) Table 2.
Whatcom Center for Early Learning (WCEL
) is the proud recipient of a $4,448 grant from Bellingham Bay Rotary Club.
(3) West Coast Environmental Law, Coalbed Methane: A Citizen's Guide (Vancouver: WCEL
, May 2003); several reports and environmental impact assessments are available at the Powder River Basin Resource Council Web site <www.powderriverbasin.org/cbm/index.htm>.