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Land Use: 2021 - Beyond Multipliers: Managing the Risks of Offsetting - SESSION #3

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2021-05-03T10:00:00Z 2021-05-03T11:30:00Z America/Denver Networking https%3A%2F%2Fhopin.com%2Fevents%2Fland-use-2021-s3 Hosted virtually on Hopin (link in the description)
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Beyond Multipliers: Managing the Risks of Offsetting
The success and timeliness of offset measures is often far from certain. How can we adjust the process to compensate for risks and known inadequacies?
Joseph Bull, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Conservation Science, University of Kent Marcus Eyre, Independent Consultant Karen Stefanyk, British Columbia Ministry of Environment Amrei von Hase, Biodiversity Specialist and Offset Practitioner Naomi Nichol, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
2021-05-03T10:00:00Z 2021-05-03T11:30:00Z America/Denver Beyond+Multipliers%3A+Managing+the+Risks+of+Offsetting https%3A%2F%2Fhopin.com%2Fevents%2Fland-use-2021-s3 Hosted virtually on Hopin (link in the description)

Speakers

Joseph Bull, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Conservation Science, University of Kent

Session Leader, Session #3

Marcus Eyre, Independent Consultant

Presenter, Session #3

Karen Stefanyk, British Columbia Ministry of Environment

Presenter, Session #3 and #8

Amrei von Hase, Biodiversity Specialist and Offset Practitioner

Presenter, Session #3

Naomi Nichol, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

Presenter, Session #3

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Helping Alberta make better land use decisions. The Alberta Land Institute (ALI) is an independent research institute founded at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. We promote research to inform public debate and decision-making in the province.

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