Archaeology on Contaminated Sites: Protocols and Procedures to Avoid Project Impacts
Henry Cary and Michael Teal Golder Associates Ltd.
The objective of this presentation is to summarize the legislation and policies governing the protection and preservation of cultural resources on federal lands; outline the protocol developed to address unexpected archaeological finds made during a large-scale remediation of unexploded ordnance; and, illustrate how cultural resources should be considered in project planning and the potential this will become increasingly critical in the future.
Improving Sustainable Federal Contaminated Site Management through GBA+
Alexandra Mitsidou, Wood
The objective of this presentation is to demonstrate how the application of GBA+ can enhance the sustainability of the federal contaminated site management process, by integrating community-specific perspectives into custodian decision-making. In particular, it will highlight how GBA+ can improve impact mitigation, benefit maximization and local participation.
Stakeholder Roadmap: A Guide to Effective Active Engagement using Social Methodologies
Reanne Ridsdale1 and Melissa Harclerode2 1Ryerson University 2CDM Smith
The objective of this presentation is to share a long-term international collaborative research project which set out to demystify the link between purpose and process of engagement, and present guiding principles in a framework to effectively guide project stakeholder engagement process.
Engaging with First Nation Communities to Reduce their Environmental Footprint for Waste Management
Michelle Uyeda and Deacon Liddy GHD
The objective of this presentation is to provide participants with an understanding of First Nation communities and their challenges to waste management due to the remoteness of their location and building working relationships to provide innovative solutions.