Fire & Ice

par The Rockies Institute

  • vendredi, 21 septembre 2018 de 6:00 Après-midi à 9:00 Après-midi (HAR)
  • Silver Tip Resort , Canmore , AB T1W1A2

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Fire & Ice is a unique dinner and dialogue evening that will foster new ways of thinking about wildfire. It will feature a keynote presentation from Toddi Steelman, PhD who is the Stanback Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, followed by a cross-cultural dialogue and Q & A session to inspire critical thinking about the values and perspectives that drive wildfire management.

When it comes time to making tough decisions about what to protect in the line of fire - what motivates our decisions? Our planning? Large fires that cross jurisdictional boundaries are predicted to be the new norm, but what drives decision-making when officials are faced with large wildfires that cross national, provincial, state and even cultural boundaries?

Dr. Steelman’s research spans many environmental and resource management issues, including forest management and planning. She is best known for her work on community adaptation to wildfires and how communities and agencies can interact for more effective wildfire management.

The evening will include a cocktail reception, cash bar and buffet dinner.


The evening will include a cocktail reception, cash bar and buffet dinner. Dr. Steelman's presentation will take place over dinner followed by an engaging dialogue and Q & A during coffee and dessert.

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Silver Tip Resort
Canmore , AB T1W1A2

21 septembre 2018
vendredi, 21 septembre 2018 6:00 Après-midi (HAR)


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Unit 1-5 Black Rock Cres
Canmore , AB

À propos de cet organisme

The Rockies Institute (TRI) is a charitable organization with a mission to help communities build resilience to climate change. Our projects build bridges between knowledge and action. Focus areas include Indigenous communities and mountain regions. TRI is a UNFCCC accredited organization and member of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Mountain Partnership.