The Environmental Appeals Board is an independent board that gives Albertans an opportunity to appeal certain decisions made by Alberta Environment and Parks under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Water Act, the Climate Change and Emissions Management Act, and Schedule 5 of the Government Organization Act. These decisions may include approvals, water licences, preliminary certificates, remediation certificates, administrative penalties, enforcement orders, and environmental protection orders. The Board places a high value on its mediation program and encourages participants to use mediation as the primary way to resolve appeals. Board mediations promote open and collaborative discussions between the participants and encourages individuals to come up with their own solutions.

Cherokee/Domtar Report and Recommendations and Minister's Order    
Press Release on the Cherokee/Domtar Report and Recommendations and Minister's Order    

Decisions updated March 13, 2019
Status of Active Appeals updated March 14, 2019
Hearing Schedule updated May 3, 2019;
News Releases updated April 23, 2019;
Judicial Reviews updated December 17, 2018;
Board Members and Staff (includes public sector compensation disclosure for 2017) updated January 7, 2019.