DPRA Canada | Environment and Resource Management
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Environment and Resource Management

DPRA Canada provides expert services for the management of land, water and natural resources. We help write and review environmental assessments, and often lead the socio-economic impact assessment (SEIA) of resource development projects in the mining, energy (oil and gas, electricity (nuclear, hydroelectric, wind/solar)), waste management and site remediation sectors. We also are involved in environmental management initiatives (e.g., parks and protected areas, wildlife management, land use planning and resource management initiatives) – both in the design and implementation of multi-stakeholder engagement processes and the provision of substantive expertise.   Our clients include all levels of government – Federal, Territorial, Provincial, and Indigenous. DPRA Canada also works with private sector proponents, providing our independent advice with the same level of clarity and integrity.

 

The design of a fair and effective process, which includes meaningful consultation and engagement, helps clients reach practical solutions – development and management strategies that are sustainable – with meaningful involvement and benefits to communities. DPRA Canada places value not only on the solution itself, but also on the process of achieving it.

How Can DPRA Canada Help?

  • Conducting environmental and socio-economic scans
  • Providing research and advice on regional land use planning and resource management processes and strategies
  • Designing, organizing, facilitating and documenting the results of multi-party meetings, workshops and conferences on environment and resource management
  • Leading comprehensive public and Indigenous consultation programs
  • Leading on the engagement and socio-economic components of environmental assessments
  • Providing strategic advice on provincial, territorial and federal regulatory standards, expectations and compliance, particularly in the field of socio-economics.