Coastal First Nations want C-48 , as does everyone who lives/works on the water or cares about the Earth
Why A Coastal Alliance?
Aboriginal Rights & Title
Our Traditional Waters
Marine Planning In Our Traditional Waters
First Nations’ Marine Planning
Marine Planning – A First Nations Approach
Marine Plan Partnership For The North Pacific Coast (MaPP)
Regional Action Framework
Central Coast Marine Plan
North Coast Marine Plan
Haida Gwaii Area Marine Plan
How Will MaPP Plans Be Carried Out?
Marine Planning Portal – Seasketch
Pacific North Coast Integrated Management Area (PNCIMA)
Why Marine Protected Areas?
What Is A Marine Protected Area?
Northern Shelf Bioregion MPA Network
A Shipping Plan For Our Traditional Waters
Nation-To-Nation Decision-Making In Marine Transportation
Collaborative Governance And Reconciliation With First Nations
A First Nation Fisheries Reconciliation Table With Canada
A First Nations Marine Planning And Management Reconciliation Table
A First Nations Shipping, Marine Safety, And Ocean Protection Reconciliation Table With Canada
Protecting Our Coast
Coastal Stewardship Network
Coastal Guardian Watchmen Support
Regional Monitoring System
Training And Professional Development
Networking And Collaboration
Contact The Coastal Stewardship Network
Indigenous Laws In Coastal BC
Why A Conservation-Based Approach?
Community Clean Energy Projects
Ultra-Energy Efficient Homes
The Great Bear Rainforest is at risk from oil tanker traffic.
Tankers transporting crude oil or persistent oil to US and overseas markets frequently navigate the turbulent waters and rocky, narrow channels of the coast.
Diesel and oil spills have already happened.
But a major oil spill would be catastrophic.
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HELP US PASS BILL C-48.