Cumulative Effects and the Energy Resources Conservation Board's Review Process
This report examines in detail the role of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (formerly the Energy Resources Conservation Board), and various methods for cumulative effects assessment for applicants and interveners. Project-based examples are provided, and a summary of conclusions and recommendations.
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