ET just uploaded an interview with William Lockhart, Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Utah’s SJ Quinney College of Law, re the proposed contours of the environment regulator. 301 more words
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India’s environmental clearance process is universally loathed. Industry and technocrats find it cumbersome and corrupt, and blame it for project delays and slowing growth. Environmentalists and project-affected people consider it superficial, corrupt and given to approving virtually all projects, unmindful of their social and environmental costs.
By Lynne Fernandez and Molly McCracken
By substantially raising EIA shelter rates and increasing child care spaces, new apprenticeship programs and support to social enterprises, the province is taking action to provide marginalized people with the assistance low income people need to overcome barriers to education and employment.
Due to the constantly increasing legal retention periods for electronic data, more and more government organizations and enterprises have to deal with old electronic archives from which the original manufacturer can be anything from being acquired to the absence of technical support for an older version of the archive. 325 more words
EDMONTON – Travellers departing from the Edmonton International Airport (EIA) now have easier access to Europe, thanks to a non-stop flight through Iceland.
Icelandair’s inaugural flight into Edmonton from Reykjavik touched down at EIA Wednesday afternoon. 439 more words