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172 results found for: "Environment and Sustainable Resource Development"

Audience: Government

Views: 487
Last Modified

March 15, 2019

Description

All landfills and composting facilities regulated by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) are required to have certified operators. This includes any Class II and Class III landfill that accepts only industrial waste. Composting facilities that are regulated through the Natural Resources...


Views: 866
Last Modified

December 1, 2018

Description

The Government Organization Act provides for the establishment of Government departments, including the designation of Ministers, appointment of Deputy Ministers, hiring of staff, procurement of expert services, and the formation of boards, committees or councils to advise on and/or carry out...


Views: 157
Last Modified

March 30, 2016

Description

This wildlife status report looks at the woodland caribou. The woodland subspecies of the caribou is distributed across the forested and mountainous regions of Canada, including northern and west-central Alberta. The woodland caribou is included on the list of species that may be at risk in...


Views: 131
Last Modified

March 29, 2016

Description

In 2002 the Alberta Geological Survey initiated a project to scan and digitize water well geophysical logs from Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) water well data holdings. Casual and summer student staff scanned hard copy logs systematically by NTS mapsheet starting...


Views: 87
Last Modified

March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts an estimate of average annual groundwater recharge in the Edmonton-Calgary corridor based on hydrological water budget analysis using climate and hydrometric data from Environment Canada, the Water Survey of Canada, and Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource...


Views: 24
Last Modified

March 1, 2016

Description

In response to the damage caused by the 2013 flood, Environment and Parks (AEP) is leading the restoration and reconstruction of priority backcountry trails on public lands. This work aims to restore damaged trails, while simultaneously making them sustainable for the future.


Views: 12
Last Modified

March 1, 2016

Description

In response to the damage caused by the 2013 flood, Environment and Parks (AEP) is leading the restoration and reconstruction of priority backcountry trails on public lands. This work aims to restore damaged trails, while simultaneously making them sustainable for the future.