It's an overhaul of how environmental assessment works when it comes to
major energy projects -- such as pipelines. And the federal government
summarizes it like this: one project, one review. The new rules,
unveiled this week, impose a 24-month time limit for the assessment
process, restrictions on who can intervene during public consultations,
and include measures to get rid of parrallel assessments at the federal
and provincial levels. Is it more efficient or environmentally
deficient? Evan asks Natural Resources Minister, Joe Oliver.