Environmental Studies on the Morice-Nanika Watershed Interim Report (1975)

B.C. Hydro has proposed developing various resources for meeting future electric power requirements of the province. The main resources included are: hydro-electric power, coal, oil, natural gas, wood waste, and geo-thermal power. Prior to any development an extensive program of environmental and engineering studies was recommended to evaluate feasibility of developing various resources, such as the Kemano II Project. Both B.C. Hydro and the provincial government guaranteed that the results of all environmental studies related to the proposed power project be made available to the public and that no decisions be taken to proceed with any project before all interested groups have had an opportunity to present their view points.

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Author Burton, L.
Data Steward BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Publication Year 1975