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How can I know when the government has made a decision on something that I am interested in?

You can check the Environmental Registry as often as you want to keep on top of issues that you are interested in.

You can also track a notice by creating a “watch list” in your MyEBR account.

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Where can I find out more about the Environmental Bill of Rights?
What is the history of Ministry names?
How can I access the Environmental Registry?
Have there been recent changes to the Environmental Registry?
What ministries are required to use the Environmental Registry?
What happens when a ministry puts a public notice on the Registry?
What happens after a ministry makes a decision?
Do the ministries have to allow for public comment on all environmentally-related proposals?
What kind of searches can I do?
How can I keep track of my searches?
Can I search for all proposals relevant to my community?
Who can comment on a proposal that appears on the Environmental Registry?
How long do I have to comment on a proposal?
What happens to the comments that the public provides?
Will the ministry respond directly to my comment or provide feedback?
Will people know what I said?
What if I send my comments in electronically through the Environmental Registry?
Will the public have access to all comments submitted electronically?
How can I know when the government has made a decision on something that I am interested in?
Will the government know what issues I am following through myEBR account?
What if I forget my password?
What if I can't find something about an environmental decision on the Environmental Registry?
What if I think it should be posted on the Registry?
How often is the information on the Environmental Registry updated?
Who do I contact for technical help with the Environmental Registry?