The Environmental Impact Review Board (EIRB) is an integral part of a Co-management System established pursuant to the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. The Co-management System in the Western Arctic and Yukon North Slope is composed of five Co-Management Boards:
- Environmental Impact Screening Committee,
- Environmental Impact Review Board,
- Fisheries Joint Management Committee
- Wildlife Management Advisory Council (NWT), and
- Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope).
October 6, 2022 The Environmental Impact Review Board Announces the Appointment of one new Board Member The IGC member position is a crucial one since the EIRB has had vacancies for the past 10 months preventing it to operate in full capacity. Inuvik, The Inuvialuit...
Catherine Cockney was appointed the new chair of the Environmental Impact Review Board.
The Environmental Impact Review Board (EIRB) is a co-management tribunal established to conduct reviews of developments in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Limited (IORVL), on behalf of the Beaufort Sea Exploration Joint Venture, proposes a program and associated support activities that would involve drilling one or more wells within Exploration Licence (EL) 476 or 477 located in the Beaufort Sea in the offshore of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR). These ELs are in water depths that range from 60 m to 1500 m, and lie about 175 km north-northwest of Tuktoyaktuk. These wells would be drilled in water depths of 80 to 850 m. +
Following a referral from the Environmental Impact Screening Committee (EISC) on June 18, 2002, the Environmental Impact Review Board (EIRB) initiated a public review of a Development entitled "WesternGeco Mackenzie Delta River 2D Seismic Program 2002." +
Following a referral from the Environmental Impact Screening Committee (EISC) on September 6, 2002, the Environmental Impact Review Board (EIRB) initiated a public review of a Development entitled Commander Resource Ltd.’s Proposed Diamond Exploration Program, Victoria Island, NT. +