The 2023 conference theme is Sharing Knowledge to Take Action and will be held May 29 to 31, 2023 at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario. The Westin Hotel is located at 11 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9H4 and the telephone number is 613-560-7000.
Speakers from coast to coast will share their knowledge on cumulative effects assessment, management and monitoring and on how their ground-breaking initiatives are allowing their communities and organizations to build and strengthen their capacity in addressing cumulative effects.
Through interactive presentations and panels, conference participants will learn more about innovative ways to handle the social, cultural, and environmental components of cumulative effects work. These discussions, rooted in both Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledge, will empower communities to seize this opportunity to take action and continue their contribution to the ever-growing Indigenous leadership on cumulative effects.
Who Should Attend
This conference is primarily for First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities and Indigenous organizations that undertake, or aspire to undertake, cumulative effects assessment, monitoring and management in their communities. The conference will be of interest to individuals interested in or having responsibilities related to cumulative effects such as land managers, environmental technicians, knowledge holders and land guardians.
To learn more or register, visit https://icceconferencecaec.ca/2023/.
Government and Industry – $1,100.
Not-for-profit – $800.00
[Note: All information above from event from ICCE 2023 Conference webpage].
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