The Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993 (EBR) gives the public a right to be advised and to participate in the Government of Ontario's decisions that could have a significant effect on the environment.
The Environmental Registry is the Government of Ontario's chief public consultation tool when it comes to decisions that could have an impact on the environment.
The Environmental Registry has been providing the public with the opportunity to participate in the Government of Ontario's environmental decision making process since 1994.
The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change operates the Environmental Registry and is in the early stages of enhancing it.
The Ministry would like to establish who is using the Environmental Registry and how it can be improved.
Please take a moment to complete this survey.
The Ministry will compile the results of the survey and present them back to the public via this notice.