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CPANS Luncheon: Industrial Heartland Cumulative Effects Management

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Air & Waste Management AssociationCanadian Prairie and Northern SectionAbout the PresentationIndustrial Heartland Cumulative Effects Management: As part of its work in responding to the cumulative impact of industrial development in the province, the Alberta government has announced an air emissions limit for NOX and SO2 for the Industrial Heartland and Strathcona refinery areas. Shannon Flint will be describing the process by which these limits were arrived at and the work that is underway in designing a regulatory system to ensure that the limits are adhered to.About the PresenterShannon Flint is Director of Strategic Policy and Innovation with the Oil Sands Environmental Management Division in Alberta Environment. Prior to joining the Division, Shannon played a key role in bringing forward the Province's Climate Change and Emissions Management Act and associated regulations. She has held previous positions in Government looking at trade policy, royalty policy and revenue forecasting. She has also worked in the research area heading up the Carbon and Energy Management unit at the Alberta Research Council. She holds a Bachelor of Management from the University of Lethbridge.About the LuncheonThe luncheon is scheduled for Monday November 19th. The luncheon will follow the usual format of a buffet lunch, and I am accepting reservations from now until noon, Friday November 16th at 3pm. I cannot accept reservations after this date. Please contact me by e-mail at mbisaga [at] otonabee [dot] caLocation: The University of Alberta Faculty Club (11435, Saskatchewan Drive), Papaschase Room (upstairs, right)Date: Monday November 19th, 2007Time: 12 noon to 1:00 p.m. (registration starts at 11:45)Cost: $20 - A&WMA Members / $25 Local Associates / $30 - Non-Members / $15 - Seniors/Students (includes hot lunch & coffee). All prices include GST & gratuities.Payment: Cash or Cheque only. Credit and debit cards are not accepted.The U of A campus is accessible by light rail transit and bus, a map of the campus is available at: http://www.campusmap.ualberta.ca/. I encourage you to use public transit or ride-share. Parking is available in the V-Lot (coin and credit card, $2 for the lunch hour) and Windsor (attendant on duty, $10 deposit on entrance) parking lots (see map - link above).Luncheon Schedule:Fall 2007Oct 30 EIA Process Improvement: 3PC and Other Initiatives - Chris Powter Nov 19 Industrial Heartland Cumulative Effects Management - Shannon FlintDec 7 Too Good to Waste: Alberta's Waste StrategyWinter 2008Feb 1 TBA Mar 7 TBAApr 4 TBAMay 2 TBA

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