Biodiversity Offsetting Law and Policy workshop on June 8, 2015 by Ontario Nature (Canada)

Ontario Nature is hold­ing a Bio­di­ver­sity Off­set­ting Law and Pol­icy work­shop, pre­sent­ing a new report that com­pares law and pol­icy inter­na­tion­ally across six juris­dic­tions, ana­lyz­ing strengths, weak­nesses and gaps, and pro­vid­ing recommendations.

Date: Mon­day, June 8, 2015

Time: 9:30 am

Loca­tion: Black Creek Pio­neer Village

Fee: $45 – includes lunch, refresh­ments and a copy of the report

Read more and reg­is­ter online here. Con­tact Sarah Hedges for more infor­ma­tion: 416–444-8419 x241,

What to expect from the Bio­di­ver­sity Off­set­ting Law and Pol­icy work­shop

The pur­pose of the work­shop is to intro­duce par­tic­i­pants to a range of pol­icy options on a num­ber of key bio­di­ver­sity off­set­ting issues and to advance dia­logue about pol­icy devel­op­ment in Ontario.

The work­shop is intended for a wide range of inter­ests and will fea­ture David Poul­ton, the author of the report. Mr. Poul­ton, M.A., LL.M, com­pleted a grad­u­ate the­sis on con­ser­va­tion off­set­ting for Alberta and is one of the lead­ers in the Alberta Asso­ci­a­tion for Con­ser­va­tion Offsets.

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