Share strategies for environmental management for prosperous and sustainable resource development

Be sure to join us on June 3 & 4, 2020 for CI Energy Group’s annual Cumulative Effects conference.

This event brings together the key stakeholders in cumulative effects management to discuss and share the latest information on the critical issues affecting environmental management and resource 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.

 

If you are interested in speaking or contributing to the program we would love to hear from you! Please contact:

Denise Korol
Vertical Manager
[email protected]
or by phone at 416-927-0718 ext. 7229

 

Stay tuned for more details about this conference.


Past Attending Companies Include:

  • Metis Settlements General Council
  • Alberta Energy Regulator
  • Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement
  • Blood Tribe First Nation
  • Yukon Land Use Planning Council
  • Canadian Energy Research Institute
  • Peavine Metis Settlement
  • East Prairie Metis Settlement
  • Kikino Metis Settlement
  • Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation
  • Confederacy of Mainland Mi’ kmaq
  • Gift Lake Metis Settlement
  • University of Saskatchewan
  • Fishing Lake Metis Settlement
  • McCallum Environmental Lt
  • Pasqua First Nation
  • Flying Dust First Nation
  • Government of British Columbia
  • Natural Resource
  • Endeavour Scientific Inc.
  • Askip Napew Consulting
  • CE Analytic ltd
  • Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
  • Canada West Foundation
  • Alberta Environment & Parks
  • Natural Resources & Forestry Government of Ontario
  • Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
  • Nunavut Impact Review Board
  • Impact Resolutions Ltd
  • Piikani Nation
  • Swift Creek Consulting
  • Barr Engineering & Environmental Sciences
  • ESSA Technologies
  • University of Alberta
  • BC Environmental Assessment Office
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Yukon Environmental & Socio-economic Assessment Board
  • Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board
  • University of Calgary
  • Canadian Wildlife Service – Environment and Climate Change Canada
  • Government of Yukon

Top reasons that you will not want to miss this event:

  1. Get direction and clarity from Federal, Provincial and Territorial governments on evolving regulations and how you can respond
  2. Take-away practical strategies to manage your environmental plans and safeguard your projects from costly delays or cancellation
  3. Gain in-depth information on environmental monitoring guidelines and a rigorous approach to cumulative effects management
  4. Learn from regional, national and global approaches to impact assessments
  5. Ask questions and get answers on what is required to move forward with sustainable project development

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Event Contacts

For sponsorship opportunities please contact:

The Canadian Institute
E: [email protected]

For media partnership opportunities please contact:

Joanna Chung
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7308
E: [email protected]

For questions about this year’s program/content, or information on how you can speak next year please contact:

Denise Korol
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7229
E: [email protected]

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