Morning Plenary Session

Alberta and the Environment (29 minutes, 0.5 CCP hours)
Hon. Shannon Phillips, Minister of Alberta Environment and Parks



Green Paper Part 1: Change, Continuity and...A Lament: Assessing Alberta Governance (23 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Ian Urquhart, PhD, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta



Green Paper Part 2: Change, Continuity and...A Lament: Assessing Alberta Governance (22 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Ian Urquhart, PhD, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta



The Environment, The Economy and The 2019 Election: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Alberta Politics (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Graham Thomson, Political Affairs Columnist, Edmonton Journal



Agriculture and Agri-Food in Alberta: Challenges, Opportunities and What the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry is Doing (25 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
David Burdek, Assistant Deputy Minister, Intergovernmental Relations, Trade and Environment, Agriculture and Forestry



From Orange Crush to Orange Policies, the Alberta NDP’s Approach to Agricultural and Environmental Issues (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Kathleen Monk, MSc, Senior Strategic Communications and Campaign Strategist, Earnscliffe Strategy Group



Land and Water Stewardship: An Alberta Agenda for the 2020's (35 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Ted Morton, PhD, University of Calgary


Morning Plenary Panel Discussion

Afternoon Plenary Session

Regulatory Excellence in a Prove it to me World (30 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Gerard Protti, MA, Chair, Alberta Energy Regulator


Growing the Economy and Respecting the Environment in Alberta: Achieving the Profitable and the Desirable (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Leo de Bever, PhD, Chairman Nauticol Energy


Looking From the Landscape (25 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Rick Anderson, Q.Med., Executive Director, Synergy Alberta


Your Critical Role in Setting the Policy Agenda (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Grant Sprague, Q.C., Associate Counsel, Miller Thomson LLP and Former Deputy Minister, Alberta Energy


The Social Contract between Government , Industry and Landowners is Broken: What Can be Done to Fix It? (32 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Keith Wilson, BA, LLB, Surface Rights Lawyer, Wilson Law Office


Alberta’s Land Conservation and Reclamation Program: Does it Work as Intended? (15 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Arnold Janz, MSc, PAg, Alberta Environmentand Parks

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Afternoon Plenary Panel Discussion