Biodiversity Offsets Conference (May 26 - 28)

Tue May 26 to Thu May 28, 2020, Banff, AB

Biodiversity offsetting is becoming an increasingly common policy and planning tool of resource conservation, both in Canada and around the world. It posits that the negative impacts of development can be countered by the intentional creation of equivalent (or greater) environmental positives. To advance the understanding of this concept and policy tool, its promise and pitfalls, the Alberta Land Institute invites you to Land Use 2020: A Place for Biodiversity Offsets, Banff, Alberta, May 26-28, 2020: www.landuse2020.ca . The conference will bring together 200 international offset experts, policy-makers, stakeholders, practitioners and scholars. We hope you will be among them. We promise a program that will educate and provoke.

Please take note that the deadline for early-bird registration and for submission of abstracts by those wishing to present is January 31, 2020.

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For more information:

Contact Name: Susan Martin
Website: http://www.albertalandinstitute.ca
Phone: 780-492-3469
E-mail: Smmartin (at) ualberta.ca



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