CE Analytic Cumulative Effects Conference May 22nd & 23rd 2019

 

Wednesday, May 22nd

7:30 am - Doors Open and Continental Breakfast Served

8:30 am - Welcome and Opening Prayer

9:00 am - Everything is Connected - Barry Wilson, Systems Ecologist, CE Analytic

9:30 am - Indigenomics - By Design - Carol Anne Hilton - CEO and Founder Indigenomics Institute

9:30 -10:15 am Networking Refreshment Break

10:30 am - Innovation in Education BC and Alberta Tomorrow - Dave Ramsay, Executive Director of BC Tomorrow

11:15 am - Indigenous Title & Rights / UNDRIP - Dave Nordquist, Title & Rights, TUS & Special Projects, Adams Lake Indian Band

11:55 a.m. Remarks from the Conference Chair - Barry Wilson, Systems Ecologist, CE Analytic

12:00 pm - Buffet Luncheon Begins

12:20 pm - Luncheon Speaker -  Dr. Courtney Mason, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities, Thompson Rivers University

1:15 pm -  CE Analytic Awards Presentation

1:30 pm - Collaborative Assessment and Management of Cumulative Effects in the Elk Valley -Taye Ayele, Cumulative Effects Coordinator,  Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, Strategic Initiatives

2:10 pm - Cumulative Effects & Fish Policy - Dr. Michael Sullivan, Provincial Fisheries Science Specialist, Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development

2:50 pm - Networking Refreshment Break

3:00 pm - COLLABORATIVE BREAKOUT GROUPS  - Presentation by Ken Banister: Complex Systems and Decision-Making

Interactive working sessions to make recommendations on holistic planning and decision-making, identifying barriers to collaborative management, opportunities to capitalize on right away, summary reports, action plans.

Facilitators: Ken Banister, Regulatory and Environment Consultant

Mike Simpson, Senior Regional Manager, Thompson, Fraser Basin Council

4:25 pm -  Closing Remarks and End of Day One - Barry Wilson, Systems Ecologist, CE Analytic

Thursday, May 23

7:30 am - Doors Open and Continental Breakfast Served

8:30 am - Opening Remarks from Conference Chair Barry Wilson, Systems Ecologist, CE Analytic

8:35 am - Traditional Story Performance - Kenthen Thomas - Traditional Story Performance

9:00 am - Cumulative Effects Framework for Marine Shipping - Paula Doucette, Senior Environmental Advisor, Transport Canada and James Herbert, GitxaaĊ‚a Nation

9:45 am - Respecting and Integrating Ancestral Knowledge -Sunny LeBourdais, Pelltíq’t te Secwepemc Nation member and the Director of Operations for the Secwepemc Qwelminte Group

10:20 am - Networking Refreshment Break

10:30 am - Cumulative Effects in the Alberta Oil Sands Region - Justin Straker, Soil Scientist and Forest Ecologist, and a Principal of the Integral Ecology Group in Victoria, British Columbia

11:05 am - Integrated Modelling for Assessing Cumulative Effects of Land Use and Climate Change on Water Resources - Ryan MacDonald, MacHydro

11:40 am - Closing Remarks from the Conference Chair 

Conference concludes at 12:00 pm


Afternoon Workshop – Limited Space Available - Planning & Assessment with CE Analytic Ltd.

We’ll start with a private workshop networking lunch, review examples and then work on your priorities.

Cumulative Effects is one of the biggest challenges facing people as we strive for sustainability and resilience in a rapidly changing world.  This training will launch you forward as a leader in this exciting field of work where you can make lasting and meaningful change.

Get Your Seat In This Exclusive Training Program Today - Space is Limited.

This unique opportunity is right here, right now... 

Learn how to

    • describe a future worth creating – and then to reap the rewards of preparing for it and making it happen.  
    • make tactical project development and monitoring plans a bonus deliverable from your strategic cumulative effects assessment
    • adapt new knowledge and changing expectations over time in your planning.
    • deal with risk and uncertainty
    • use trends and forecasts to explore alternative futures
    • simulate 50 yr scenarios; forecast existing indicators or create your own; view results in maps, graphs or create your own 3D or 4D scatterplots; export spreadsheets, maps, images or raw data.  
  • Enhance your skills and be a cumulative effects assessment leader in your organization.
  • Learn how innovative online tools help you reduce the complexity of cumulative effects, to simulate cause and effect hypotheses, to test alternative strategies, and evaluate uncertainty.
  • Be the "go to" resource on your team for this knowledge.
  • Untangle Cumulative Effects – Write Your Own Story

Participants of the workshop will also Receive a Certificate of Completion and a workbook .

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