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
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.