Environment and the law

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Mots clés : Environment;Project review processes;Legal definition;Bill C-78
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Janet E. Halliwell
Mots clés: Environment.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Desmond M. Connor
Mots clés: Environmental awareness.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J. Fraser Wilson, Randy Billing
Mots clés: Environmental management, Communications, Stewardship, Economic stewardship.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: It is difficult to know how much environmental information is absorbed by those in a position to put it to use. The following information may seem like "old stuff" to those whose companies are taking steps to improve their environmental performance. This paper is directed in particular to those people who are interested in determining what further changes are required to make improvements as concerned environment citizens.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Henry Brehaut
Mots clés: Environmental management.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: The objective of Part 1 of this paper is to identify the limitations of the traditional modelling methods and to illustrate, by example, the potential for error created by their application to complex deposits and mining situations. Part 2 describes the evolution of new, proven technology which eliminates these deficiencies and provides precise and practical alternatives. These promote the use of realistic geological and mining shapes and eliminate altogether the rectangular approximations of...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Simon Moulding
Mots clés: Modelling methods, Computer modelling, Geostatistics, Computer applications.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: Income tax legislation is not keeping pace with federal and provincial environmental legislation. There is a vast array of new environmental regulations at various stages of implementation across the country. Unfortunately, there are serious concerns about the deductibility of significant payments which mining companies will be required to make under these new rules, and the Department of Finance seems to be reluctant to act on these concerns.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Robert B. Parsons
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: Environment and the economy are interwoven irrevocably. They need to be publicly discussed, and discussed often so that new approaches can be understood and developed — approaches which are complimentary, not confrontational.
Discussion on the environment is timely, from the perspective of mining engineers and developers, from that of bankers and from their shared perspective as people concerned with enhancing the quality of life, the environment and the economy.
This paper will touch...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Scott Hean
Mots clés: Environment, Economy, Environmental economy.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: The legal background for environmental issues, and the growing emphasis both from government and private concerns of corporate and management liability for environmental problems provides one of the driving forces behind the growing concern with environmental law for the future. One prime objective must be the identification and minimization of potential liability, both for the corporation and its officers, directors and employees.
This paper will identify the basis for liability of individua...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Roger Cotton, James E. Fisher
Mots clés: Environmental assessment, Consolidated Professor Mines Ltd., Duport Project, Bill C-78.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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Sommaire: Like other operating mine sites, Placer Dome Inc. — Campbell Mine has taken important steps over the last few years to address environmental issues.
This paper will provide specific insights into the implementation of an environmental management system at Campbell. In particular, it will focus on how Campbell developed its plan of action; the lessons that have been learned; the over-all steps that are being taken to enhance environmental stewardship and effectively manage relationships...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Tim Mann
Mots clés: Environmental management, Campbell Mine.
Numéro: 952
Volume: 84
Année: 1991
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