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Land Use: 2021 - Offsetting as if People Mattered: Social Aspects of Biodiversity Offsetting - SESSION #5

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Offsetting as if People Mattered: Social Aspects of Biodiversity Offsetting
Offsetting is not only an ecological project, but a social one.
Victoria Griffiths, Researcher, The Landscapes and Livelihoods Group Charlie Palmer, Practice Leader (EIA) at Hemmera Céline Jacob, Researcher - Blue Economy Linus Hasselström, Researcher at Royal Institute of Technology Scott Cole, Environmental economist / Senior consultant at WSP i Sverige
2021-05-17T10:00:00Z 2021-05-17T11:30:00Z America/Denver Offsetting+as+if+People+Mattered%3A+Social+Aspects+of+Biodiversity+Offsetting https%3A%2F%2Fhopin.com%2Fevents%2Fland-use-2021-s5 Hosted virtually on Hopin (link in the description)
· Networking
Networking
Network throughout the session, with any of the guests/speakers at Land Use 2021.
2021-05-17T10:00:00Z 2021-05-17T11:30:00Z America/Denver Networking https%3A%2F%2Fhopin.com%2Fevents%2Fland-use-2021-s5 Hosted virtually on Hopin (link in the description)

Speakers

Victoria Griffiths, Researcher, The Landscapes and Livelihoods Group

Session Leader, Session #5

Linus Hasselström, Researcher at Royal Institute of Technology

Presenter, Session #5

Scott Cole, Environmental economist / Senior consultant at WSP i Sverige

Presenter, Session #5

Céline Jacob, Researcher - Blue Economy

Presenter, Session #5

Charlie Palmer, Practice Leader (EIA) at Hemmera

Presenter, Session #5

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Alberta Land Institute

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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