Environmental Mining Council of British Columbia was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2003.
$25,000 - To actively engage the mining industry and provincial government in a forward-looking dialogue aimed at moving the industry to adopt and implement sound environmental practices. Place-based conservation
$40,000 - To build a broader base of Canadian organizations capable of new approaches to reform hardrock mining practices and to develop a clear understanding of public opinion regarding mining in B.C. Conservation capacity
$25,000 - To build a broader base of capable organizations in Canada and the United States focused on new approaches to the reform of hardrock mining practice. Place-based conservation
$25,000 - To support a new strategic approach to addressing the human and environmental health risks associated with new and ongoing hardrock mining. Place-based conservation