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There are many agreements to evaluate proposed projects in a more efficient, predictable and responsible manner. Agreements with Aboriginal groups help harmonize federal and environmental assessment procedures and promote an open and participatory process for assessing the environmental impact of projects on Aboriginal lands. They ensure that resources are used effectively and efficiently and that a single project is assessed in a single way. They also improve the integration of environmental and economic considerations. Under the new Impact Analysis Act, the Canadian government is committed to achieving the goal of “one project, one evaluation” when reviewing projects. Cooperation with provincial, territorial and Aboriginal jurisdictions will help to better coordinate and harmonize timelines and impact assessment procedures. The Government of Canada recognizes the need to ensure that actions taken in Canada do not harm the environment for other nations. It actively encourages and encourages cooperation at home and abroad on cross-border environmental impacts. These efforts lead to agreements on cross-border environmental impacts and promoting sound environmental practices and international cooperation. The Canadian Impact Assessment Agency has adopted agreements with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and the Canadian Energy Regulatory Authority that will determine how organizations will work together to integrate the regulatory requirements of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and Canada`s Energy Regulation Act into the impact assessment process under the Impact Assessment Act. The details of the cooperative processes are defined in protocols attached to each memorandum. Minutes are continuously sheeted documents, updated where appropriate, to reflect good practices and lessons learned from the ongoing implementation of integrated impact assessments.