Join ALI on September 16 12pm-1:15pm (MT) to explore the role municipalities play in protecting biodiversity. Participants will be introduced to tools and policies available for municipalities to measure and mitigate for biodiversity loss.
You’ll hear from 3 experts who’ll share their experiences from biological, legal and municipal perspectives.
Dr. Colleen St. Clair, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta. Dr. St. Clair’s research interests are wildlife-human conflicts and habitat fragmentation. Current projects include the Edmonton Urban Coyote Project and the Grizzly Bear Research and Mitigation Project.
Dr. Cameron Jefferies, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law University of Alberta. Dr. Jefferies will share insights from his popular resource, Subsidiarity in Action: Effective Biodiversity Conservation and Municipal Innovation.
Catherine Shier, Principal Ecological Planner City of Edmonton. Ms. Shier will share her expertise with urban natural mapping, biological surveys of urban wildlife and developing area structure plans with an ecological lens.
Join now to secure your seat.
Webinar will be recorded and shared with registered participants.