Submitter: Priscilla Judd
Date Submitted: October 27, 2010
(The attached document was provided to the commission at the Kamloops public forum as part of the submission by Priscilla Judd.)
The difference between salmon and the language of salmon must be recognized. The language of salmon means the abstract exercise of regulating the natural environment, which occurs on paper and does not exist in the physical world. Regulations must be balanced with common sense, which is the tool by which citizens participate in the complex challenges facing society. A more sensible approach to environmental regulation, such as the engineering model, is necessary.