Folder Break-out Session 4

There were 4 concurrent sessions during this break-out held Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm.


Folder New Plans for the New North – Recent Plans

The presenters in this session will share their experiences; successes and lessons learned producing plans in Alaska, Yukon and Northwest Territories.

Venue: Longhouse

Moderator: Jane Koepke - Jane of all Trades Consulting

Note that the anticipated presentation from Tim Hammond and Jeanie Cole "The Bureau of Land
Management Planning Process (Alaska), How Can We Learn from Each Other?" was cancelled and replaced with the presentation from Ron Cruikshank of the YLUPC.

Folder Planning for Change – Tools and Models for Conservation Planning

Changing landscapes, climates and ecosystems: Taking stock & building strategies to promote resilient ecosystems.

Venue: Multipurpose

Moderator: Claudia Haas M.Sc - Conservation Areas Biologist, Government of the Northwest Territories

Folder Planning to Protect Specific Values

Land use planning and decision making for divergent values: recreation, access and a wetland management framework for the North.

Venue: Elder's Lounge (originally scheduled for the Library)

Moderator: Simon Lapointe RPP MCIP - Founder and Owner 3 Pikas and Civicly

Folder Planning with Communities – Planning for Climate Change

Developing hazard mitigation strategies to prepare for the impacts of climate change on Northern infrastructure and communities.

Venue: Artist Studio

Moderator: Margaret Kralt  RPP, MCIP - Community Planner, Dillon Consulting Limited.