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Cumulative Effects Conference

Jun 05, 2019
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Share strategies for environmental management for prosperous and sustainable resource development:

In times of increased scrutiny on new project development, project developers are under more pressure than ever to ensure that they comply with new regulations and implement an integrated cumulative effects assessment process. Critical to success is the collective management of often conflicting priorities of industry, land-owners, government, Indigenous communities, and other stakeholders with a view to building consensus.

CI Energy Group’s Cumulative Effects conference will provide you with multi-stakeholder perspectives on the current and future of cumulative effects assessment and management to effectively address the social, economic and environmental effects of new project development. Get practical solutions for environmental management and ensure a prosperous outcome for Canada’s resource economy with insight on critical issues including:
– Current regulations from Federal, Provincial and Territorial governments to provide clarity for industry and other stakeholders
– Environmental monitoring guidelines to ensure a scientific and rigorous approach to cumulative effects management
– New approaches to integrate western science and traditional knowledge into environmental assessments
– Balancing social, economic, and environmental impacts of project development with a view to consensus building

Collaborate with thought-leaders from government, Indigenous communities, and industry and discuss opportunities to move forward with sustainable project development. We look forward to seeing you in Calgary!

Organizer

Desiree Finhert
Phone:
416-927-0718 x7367
Email:
d.finhert@canadianinstitute.com

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Status
Event Organizer
Province
Alberta

Venue

Hotel Art
119 12 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2R 0G8 Canada
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Phone:
1-877 927 7936
Website:
Canadianinstitute.com/cumulative-effects/venue