World Class Speakers
The Line Up
Special Opening Welcome
Land Acknowledgement and Welcome from Salmon Arm
Barry Wilson, Systems Ecologist, CE Analytic
PT Interactive Roundtable on the Future of Cumulative Effects Management
This discussion will cover a wide range of topics including: capacity-building, governance and meaningful engagement on the management of cumulative effects. Start the day with a discussion on what is at stake when we talk about cumulative effects. From there, explore future possibilities and practical solutions to help unlock prosperity while caring for the earth.
Mark Cliffe-Phillips, Executive Director, Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board
David Milia, Board Member, President & CEO, The Canadian Energy and Climate Nexus
Dave Nordquist, Title and Rights, TUS and Special Projects Coordinator, Adams Lake Indian Band
Global Connections Keynote: Energy & Policy
Dr. Carolyn Kissane, Academic Director and Clinical Professor, MS in Global Affairs and MS in Global Security, Conflict and Cybercrime, Director of Energy and Environmental Policy Concentration, NYU-SPS Center for Global Affairs, New York University
Panel: Open Data to Support Transparent, Effective and Efficient Monitoring of Cumulative EffectsOpening up access to data to support environmental monitoring and scenario planning – what work is underway?
Leveraging analytics: spotlight on the Canadian Energy Regulator
Unlocking access to data across all levels of government and regions – what are the next steps?
Ryan Hum, VP, Data & Information, Canadian Energy Regulator
Gina Lucarelli, Team Leader, United Nations Development Programme Accelerator Lab Network
Jamie Smith, Chief Data Officer and Chief Results and Delivery Officer, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Ken Banister, President & Principal Associate, Ken Banister & Associates Ltd.
Keynote Address: Dr. Leroy Little Bear
Indigenous-Led Collaboration on Cumulative Effects
Implementing cumulative effects management through strong governance. A guide to collaborating and building capacity in the CFX community Understanding Traditional Knowledge in CFX management
Grandmother Katherine Whitecloud, Knowledge Keeper, Wipazoka Wakpa Dakota Nation
Dr. Leroy Little Bear, Senior Advisor to President, Aboriginal Initiatives, University of Lethbridge
Leea Litzgus, Executive Director, Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects
Ross Wilson, Executive Director, Metlakatla Stewardship Society
Lessons Learned, Best Practices and Critical Gaps in Regional Environmental Assessment: A Synthesis of Canadian and International Literature
Dr. Jill Blakely, Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Dr. Bram Noble, Professor, Geography & Planning, University of Saskatchewan (TBC)
Deep Dive Panel: What Water Quality and Quantity Tells Us About Cumulative Effects
Exploring why water is such a foundational and critical facet of cumulative effects. Looking at initiatives in place to measure and monitor quality and quantity. Discussing recommendations to build consensus on a path forward.
Alexander Reimers, Computational Water Resource Specialist, Stantec
Dr. Kim Green, Geoscientist and Research, Selkirk College
Ryan MacDonald, Hydrologist, MacHydro
Virtual Q&A Session
Join conference speakers and your colleagues – both old and new – for an engaging discussion about key learnings from the day.
Create an action plan to take back to your organization while building meaningful new connections to help you put it into place. A hit at CFX2020, let’s continue the conversation in 2021!
Upon registration get immediate access to the video library of previous CFX Conference Series Event Presentations.
What if I can’t catch it live? Although your best experience will be live, we have it covered. The entire event will be recorded and uploaded into a secure private website for you to watch and experience on demand.
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