Environmental Law & Regulation in Alberta

Venue: Carriage House Inn

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jun 19, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 20, 2012
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Leading industry and private practice experts as well as government representatives will bring you up-to-date on the latest environmental legal and regulatory developments in Alberta and will give you the information you need to address the most critical issues you are facing today including:

• Understanding the new federal/provincial monitoring program

• Complying with water regulation and management and dealing with the consequences of environmentally impairing a water source

• Preparing for increased scrutiny and regulation of hydraulic fracturing

• Responding to the potential impact of the Species at Risk Act on project development

• Protecting your company and clients against increased environmental enforcement

• Defining the impact of cumulative effects management and the status of Alberta’s Land Use Framework

The Economic Impact of Environmental Activism - An important panel discussion on balancing potentially competing interests

PLUS! Attend our pre-forum workshop: The Fundamentals of Environmental Law in Alberta: Successfully Navigating the Maze on June 18th to ensure you are fully up to date on the fundamentals and ready to benefit from the next two days of the conference.

Register now to secure your spot by calling toll-free 1-877-927-7936 or online at: www.CanadianInstitute.com/EnviroAB .
We look forward to seeing you in June!


9030 Macleod Trail S

Additional Information

You will meet: Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments with responsibility for environmental, resource, energy, and aboriginal matters: - Legal Counsel/Solicitors - Risk Managers - Directors and Directors General - Policy Advisors - Environmental Analysts/Specialists/Coordinators - Environmental Compliance Managers - Environmental Assessment Coordinators Private practice partners and lawyers advising on environmental, natural resources, energy, and oil and gas law Industry representatives from the oil & gas, energy, power, other resource, chemical and agriculture sectors: - Legal/General Counsel - Environmental Compliance Officers - Regulatory Compliance Officers - Environmental Coordinators - Directors/Managers of Environmental Affairs - Environmental Engineers - EH&S Specialists Aboriginal officials and representatives Environmental Consultants Environmental service providers