IAIA- Western and Northern Canada Affiliate is pleased to present:
Operationalizing Holistic Cumulative Effects Assessment in Impact Assessment
An online talk and Q + A with Barry Wilson
Thursday October 22, 2020 (12:30pm Pacific Time, 1:30pm Mountain Time)
Case Study overview of new research quantifying the potential risks of the cumulative effects of landscape and climate conditions that could result in a catastrophic loss of containment of the Trans Mountain Pipeline System. Pairing the ALCES® Online cumulative effects simulator with the Raven hydrological modelling framework to evaluate risks of multiple human land uses, natural disturbances and IPCC climate change scenarios.
About Barry Wilson
Barry Wilson is a Systems Ecologist, Professional Forester, Event Speaker, and Cumulative Effects Specialist with particular expertise in holistic land use planning. Drawing from over 3 decades of experience in the Indigenous, industrial, government, and consulting sectors, Barry uses systems dynamics understanding to balance environmental, economic and social priorities. Barry’s relentless drive to unlock prosperity while caring for the earth that sustains us is helping governments, not-for-profits and individuals create the future they want. website: www.barryjwilson.com
The hour-long webinar will begin at 12:30 pm Pacific time, 1:30 pm Mountain time, on Thurs. October 22, 2020.
There is no cost for the event, but you must register to receive the webinar link (to be provided prior to the event).
REGISTER AT: https://holisticcea.eventbrite.com/
Questions, please email: [email protected]
Please share this announcement with your colleagues, and anyone else professionally involved in impact assessment that you think would be interested. Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t work on your professional development!