Raincoast’s review of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Environmental Impact Statement is available in report format. The document is 270 pages and can be download here.
- Table of Contents
- Part 1. Preface, Terrestrial Impacts, Cumulative Impacts, Natural Hazards and Climate Change
- Part 2. Marine Impacts – Marine Mammals
- Part 3. Marine Impacts – Marine Birds
- Part 4. Marine Impacts – Salmonids
- Part 5. Marine Impacts – Herring
- Part 6. Marine Impacts – Eulechon
- Part 7. Marine Impacts – Tankers and Navigational hazards
- Evaluating external risks to Protected Areas (supporting evidence in press in Nat. Areas J. 2012)
- Underwater Noise Impacts submitted by NRDC
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