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Environmental funding

Jun 12, 2019 ...Environmental funding Financial support for environmental projects and for participation in environmental assessments. Services and information Funding programs for environmental projects Descriptions of our funding programs, and tools to help you apply for funding. Fuel and energy efficiency Grants and financial incentives for energy efficiency initiatives

Environmental funding programs

Apr 12, 2019 ...Environmental funding programs On this page Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk Atlantic Ecosystems Initiatives Community Interaction Program Community nominated priority places for species at risk (CNPP) EcoAction Community Funding Program Environmental Damages Fund Great Lakes Protection Initiative Habitat Stewardship Program Lake Winnipeg Basin Program

Environmental funding programs: application instructions

Mar 1, 2019 ...Environmental funding programs: application instructions To access the Grants and Contributions Enterprise Management System (GCEMS), you must go through two authentication steps. Please read the following information first. Step 1: you will have a choice of signing in using Sign-In Partner or GCKey. We recommend that you choose GCKey. Step 2: Single Window

Environmental Damages Fund

Nov 15, 2018 ...Environmental Damages Fund On this page Overview Objectives Expected results Eligible applicants Geographic location Eligible projects Range of funding Frequently asked questions Points to consider Application instructions Contact information Overview The Environmental Damages Fund (EDF) is a specified purpose account, administered by Environment Canada

Environmental Damages Fund: available funds and application process

Dec 11, 2018 ...Environmental Damages Fund: available funds and application process 4-step application process Step 1: Confirm available funds and project eligibility Refer to the applicant’s guide to ensure your proposed project activities are eligible: confirm that funds are available in the area you wish to work review the use restrictions associated with each available

Environmental funding overview

May 10, 2017 ...Environmental funding overview Environment and Climate Change Canada offers funding through various Grants and Contributions programs. These programs offer funding to eligible groups, organizations and individuals for local action projects that protect or conserve our natural environment and to create employment opportunities for young scientists and post

Environmental Damages Fund: project map

Nov 15, 2018 ...Environmental Damages Fund: project map Interactive map of current and completed projects funded under the Environmental Damages Fund program, including project descriptions. Organization Funding year Title Status EDF funding contribution Project description Project category Province Humber Arm Environmental Association Inc. (ACAP Humber Arm) 2015–2016

Tools for applying for environmental funding

May 15, 2017 ...Tools for applying for environmental funding Use these helpful tools to assist in the completion of funding applications and to learn more about non-profit organizations. Calculators Species at Risk Fundraising courses Fundraising tools SMART objectives Calculators Below are lists of calculators to support the identification of performance indicators

City of Kawartha Lakes pays $75K to the Environmental Damages Fund for alleged violations under Fisheries Act

Feb 1, 2019 ...City of Kawartha Lakes pays $75K to the Environmental Damages Fund for alleged violations under Fisheries Act Lindsay, Ontario – February 1, 2019 – Environment and Climate Change Canada Canadians value a safe and clean environment. Environment and Climate Change Canada’s enforcement officers work hard each day to enforce the laws that protect Canada’s

Athabasca County sentenced $300K for illegal activity in Meanook National Wildlife Area

Jun 12, 2019 ... County, a municipal district in Alberta, pleaded guilty to violating the Wildlife Area Regulations, contrary to the Canada Wildlife Act. Athabasca County was ordered to pay a penalty of $300,000 which will be directed to the Government of Canada’s Environmental Damages Fund. In September 2017, Environment and Climate Change Canada enforcement officers conducted

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