Annual report: En104-1E-PDF

"In June, 1984, an Environmental Assessment and Review Process Guidelines Order was issued under the authority of a 1979 amendment to the Government Organization Act of 197 1. The Guidelines Order outlined a number of changes to the federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process (EARP) including the requirement that the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office (FEARO) inform the Minister of the Environment on a periodic basis about the implementation of the Process by initiating departments. To fulfill that requirement necessitates establishing interdepartmental reporting mechanisms and a clear definition of the information to be reported. This report outlines efforts made in this direction and provides a summary of EARP-related activities from April 1, 1984 to March 31, 1985. FEARO intends to produce these reports on an annual basis"--Introduction, 1984/1985.

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Department/Agency Environment Canada. Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office.
Title Annual report
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
Note Issued also in French under title: Rapport annuel. At head of title: Federal environmental assessment and review process.
Date c1985-c1987.
Chronology 1984/1985-1985/1986.
Frequency Annual
Catalogue Number
  • En104-1E-PDF
Subject Terms Environmental protection
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