The report is the result of a detailed assessment of aquaculture regulations in Nova Scotia. It proposes a new regulatory framework for the Nova Scotia aquaculture industry based on the principles of effectiveness, openness, transparency, accountability, proportionality, integration, and precaution. The report is based on a 18 months independent review of the industry and how it is regulated, as well as various forms of engagement with the public and key stakeholders. The report draws on regulatory practice in key jurisdictions around the world, including Scotland, Chile, the US, and other provinces in Canada.
Nova Scotia, Meinhard Doelle & William Lahey, A New Regulatory Framework for Low-Impact/High-Value Aquaculture in Nova Scotia: The Final Report of the Independent Aquaculture Regulatory Review for Nova Scotia (Halifax: Province of Nova Scotia, 2014).
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