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Cumulative Effects

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Join us to share ideas on the future of cumulative effects management in Canada while also providing you practical solutions to ensure a prosperous .. Read more future. Due to social distancing and large group gathering restrictions, CI’s Cumulative Effects 2020 has changed format from a live, in-person event to an interactive, virtual conference. A unique forum designed to create dialogue on sustainable project development in order to prepare for climate change and a rapidly evolving global dynamic. CI Energy Group’s Cumulative Effects conference will provide you with a multi-stakeholder perspective on the current and future cumulative effects assessment that can effectively manage the social, economic and environmental effects of new project development. Delve into practical solutions and gain insight from scientific experts, government, Indigenous leaders and industry representatives as they address the social, economic and environmental effects of new project development.

2   Different Located Editions
Calgary, Canada 22 - 23 Jul 2020
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Vancouver, Canada 02 - 03 Mar 2016
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Thu, 08 Oct
Opening Ceremony
Opening Remarks from the Conference Chair – Future Think: Facilitating Resource Development and Environmental Stewardship
George Hegmann
George Hegmann Senior Principal
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Response to Land-Cover Disturbance Changes with the Amount of Cumulative Disturbance
Exploring how human disturbance has progressed over time and the changes we are seeing in the ecosystems that are pre
Abbie Stewart
Abbie Stewart Wildlife and Landscape Ecologist/Scientific A..
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Implementing Environment Canada’s Strategic Assessment of Climate Change
Anne-Marie Chapman
Anne-Marie Chapman Manager GHG Methodologies Section
Thu, 08 Oct
Break
Networking Break
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Assessing Legislative Changes and Significance for Industry
Discussion and explanation of how the new Impact Assessment Act will work for proponents of major projects; positive
Miriam Padolsky
Miriam Padolsky Director, Science Policy Division
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
REGIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND FRAMEWORK STUDIES ACROSS CANADA
George Hegmann
George Hegmann Senior Principal
Nick Barnes
Nick Barnes President
Thu, 08 Oct
Lunch
Networking Lunch for Delegates and Speakers
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
REGIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND FRAMEWORK STUDIES ACROSS CANADA Part II: Environmental Stewardship in Treaty 8
Maria Faria
Maria Faria Cumulative Effects Assessment Specialist Ener..
Nathan Paul Prince
Nathan Paul Prince Traditional Land Use Coordinator
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Overview of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s National Regional Assessment Program
Role and benefits of regional assessments in assessing and addressing cumulative effectsPotential approaches
Steve Bonnell
Steve Bonnell Manager Strategic & Regional Assessments
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
The Assessment of Cumulative Impacts on Aboriginal and Treaty Rights
How the assessment of cumulative impacts on Aboriginal and treaty rights has been considered in Canadian Jurisprudence, how it compares to
Diana Audino
Diana Audino Senior Legal Counsel, Indigenous Law
Bryn Gray
Bryn Gray Partner
Thu, 08 Oct
Break
Networking Break
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Working Proactively with Stakeholders for Project Approvals – Industry Case Study
This session will discuss Teck’s experience in working with government, stakeholders and Indigenous groups to achieve responsible resource
Sheila Risbud
Sheila Risbud Director, Fording River Operations Castle Pro..
Thu, 08 Oct
Session
Managing and Transforming the Disconnect with Indigenous Knowledge and the Regulatory Process
This session will discuss the creation of the terms of reference for the Oil Sands Monitoring Program (OSM), the developme
Michael Evans
Michael Evans Senior Manager, Government and Industry Relat..
Carla Davidson
Carla Davidson Principal
Thu, 08 Oct
Closing Ceremony
Closing Remarks from the Conference Chair
Speaker
George Hegmann

George Hegmann

Senior Principal
Speaker
Abbie Stewart

Abbie Stewart

Wildlife and Landscape Ecologist/Scientific Advisor
Speaker
Anne-Marie Chapman

Anne-Marie Chapman

Manager GHG Methodologies Section
Speaker
Miriam Padolsky

Miriam Padolsky

Director, Science Policy Division
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