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Call for Proposals – Environmental Damages Fund
The Environmental Damages Fund (EDF) is a specified purpose account administered by Environment Canada. The Environmental Damages Fund Program ensures oversight and accountability of monies directed into the Fund as compensation for harm caused to the environment or wildlife. Projects are funded as a result of an EDF award or fine. The goal of the EDF Program is to achieve restoration of the environment where damage occurred. In cases where restoration or environmental quality improvement projects are not possible, the funding may go towards research and development initiatives that support restoration initiatives or education and awareness activities that will help to prevent future damage.
Funding details and application forms are available online here. If you require more information on this EDF 2010-2011 Call for Proposals, please contact: Leslie Wilson, Environmental Damages Fund, Community Programs (867) 669-4757 email@example.com
A NWT Water Monitoring inventory is now publicly available on the NWT Water Stewardship website. The Inventory has information about water monitoring programs including: description of the program, lead organization, location and reporting mechanisms.
December has traditionally been one of the most dangerous months of the year for fatal fires. Take part in the “12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety” and support a fire-safe December!
The Accountability Framework for Community Governments defines a way to document and report on the provision of municipal governance, programs and services. The Framework provides community governments with an important tool for monitoring the performance of their organizations while also providing MACA with a mechanism to monitor the performance of individual communities.