Managing the cumulative effects of natural resource development projects is now at the forefront of legislative decisions.In times of increased scrutiny on new project development, stakeholders are under more pressure than ever to ensure that they comply with new regulations, and implement an integrated cumulative effects assessment process to effectively address the social, economic and environmental effects of new project development.
Hear the latest information from scientific experts and thought-leaders from Indigenous communities, government and industry on critical issues including:
- Clarity on new regulations, including Bill C69 and what this means for industry and project development
- Snapshot of how cumulative effects management operates in different regions across the country and what can be learned from regional hotspots
- Assessing Alberta’s progress in regional planning, environmental monitoring and decision making
- Key updates from Natural Resources Canada as they move from the planning to implementation phase of cumulative effects management
- Assessing emerging trends and future directions in managing cumulative effects and greenhouse gases
- Effectively integrating indigenous perspectives and traditional knowledge into environmental assessments
- Exploring new methodologies to create a data baseline scenario to support cumulative effects assessments
What have past attendees said about this event?
Very good experience. Information, guidance tools, examples and ideas, networking opportunities
Diverse range of presenters
Bringing awareness on CE is imperative
Fantastic Chair, good discussion and networking
Interesting topics, broad ideas discussed