Edmonton Branch Luncheon | Alberta's Actions on Climate Change

20 Feb 2020
Register by February 14, 2020

Climate change continues to be a top-of-mind issue for Albertans and Canadians. Alberta's government has signalled a different approach through its repeal of the provincial carbon tax. Attend this presentation to learn about Alberta's new approach and how the changed approach meshes with Canada's overall actions. What impacts will the legislation have on the engineering and geoscience industries and Albertans in general?

About the Presenter

Rob Hamaliuk, P.Eng.

Rob Hamaliuk, P.Eng., is the Executive Director of Climate Policy with the Government of Alberta in the department of Environment and Parks. Rob's team is responsible for designing and developing key provincial climate policies, such as the recently announced Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) regulation. Previously, Rob lead the design, development, and implementation of Alberta's emissions offset system. He has been with the Government of Alberta since 2009. Rob is a registered professional engineer in the province of Alberta and holds a bachelor of science with specialization in chemistry, a bachelor of science in chemical engineering, and a masters of business administration in natural resources, energy, and environment from the University of Alberta.

Schedule

11:15 a.m.     Registration
11:45 a.m.     Lunch

12:15 p.m.     Presentation

 

  • Where:
    Chateau Lacombe Hotel
    10111 Bellamy Hill
    Edmonton, AB T5J 1N7
  • Speaker:
    Rob Hamaliuk, P.Eng., Executive Director, Climate Change Policy, Alberta Environment and Parks
  • Cost:

    $35 Members
    $40 Non-Members
    $20 Students 

  • Eligible PDH:
    1
  • Registration Deadline:
    February 14, 2020
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