Coast Land Use Decision Implementation
Central Coast Plan Implementation and Monitoring Committee (CC PIMC)
The information below is no longer current as it reflects a Central Coast process that ended in March 2009. Please click here for current information on Central and North Coast EBM Implementation
The CC PIMC is comprised of 12-15 members who can collectively represent all the major resource value perspectives in the CC area including local government and First Nations. The purpose of the CC PIMC is to monitor and report progress toward implementation of the land use plan and make recommendations on plan revisions to Provincial and First Nation governments through the Coastal First Nation and Nanwakolas Council Land and Resource Forums (CFN and NC LRFs).
The LRFs are committees composed of First Nations and Provincial Government representatives that make recommendations to the Provincial and First Nations governments on the further development of EBM and implementation of the land use plan.
The CC PIMC will also work with the EBM Working Group (EBM WG). The purpose of the EBM WG is to develop recommendations on EBM research priorities and on the application of research results to the implementation of EBM, oversee research related to uncertainties or knowledge gaps in EBM implementation and coordinate and manage data.
The Central coast plan area encompasses a large region of the British Columbia coast, of about 4.8 million hectares (ha.). It is approximately 50% larger than Vancouver Island and includes portions of the Kitimat-Stikine, Central Coast, Cariboo, and mainland portions of the Mount Waddington and Comox-Strathcona Regional Districts. First Nations comprise more than half of the population, and many actively participate in implementation. Click here for a map of the plan area.For information or comments, please contact the Web Administrator