Environmental Impact Statement

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Overview

The Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Rook I Project (Project) evaluates the potential environmental effects associated with all Project activities during all phases.

An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), which contains the Project EA, has been submitted to regulators and represents a culmination of more than 8 years of detailed data collection and analysis incorporating all Project technical, environmental, and social aspects. The EIS is currently undergoing technical and public reviews.

NexGen has been working with Indigenous Groups throughout the EA process to ensure Indigenous and Local Knowledge was incorporated into the EIS.

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Environmental Impact Statement


The EIS represents the full collection of reports that document NexGen’s Environmental Assessment for the Rook I Project.

The EIS is composed of many different documents. Information is presented in multiple levels of detail to support different audiences in their reviews. Key documents comprising the EIS include:

  • Tables of concordance developed to assist in conformance reviews against each of the federal and provincial EA requirements for the Project;
  • Individual EIS sections providing:
    • Project, regulatory, Indigenous Group, and stakeholder context;
    • Technical methods and assessments;
    • Information about Project resilience;
    • EA summaries including residual Project and cumulative effects, mitigation, monitoring, and follow-up programs; and
    • EA conclusions;
  • Technical support documents including information that supports the analyses in EIS sections; and
  • Baseline reports describing the existing biophysical and socio-economic conditions.

A copy of the EIS for the Project can be found here.

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EIS Master Executive Summary


The Master Executive Summary provides a concise overview of the entire Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) with a summary of the purpose, methods, findings, and implications from the key sections of the EIS. The Master Executive Summary has been developed to provide a high-level understanding of the Project, its potential environmental and socio-economic effects, and planned mitigations.

A copy of the EIS Master Executive Summary for the Project can be found here.