3B – Air Quality and Climate Change

Preliminary Course Agenda

May 14, 2020
Course Description

This popular course is constantly being updated to deliver Canada’s most authoritative guide to complying with federal, provincial and municipal rules governing industrial air emissions and avoiding associated liability and nuisance issues resulting from emissions of noise, odour and dust.

Course Co-Chairs

Brad Bergeron, RWDI | John Georgakopoulos, Willms and Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

Guest Speakers

To be announced

Course begins 9 AM

Regulatory compliance update: Air regulation and reporting

Changes to standards and modelling

Data sampling and monitoring

Nuisance impacts: Particulate, odour, noise

Overview of new air pollution control technologies
  • Case Study: Aligning emissions reduction with cost-effective control technology

Case study: Mitigation of noise concerns

Preparing for climate change, resiliency, and the circular economy

Environmental management in a circular economy

Climate change legal updates

Greenhouse gas reporting

Drivers to understand and manage climate-related risk and opportunities: A focus within Canada and Ontario

Climate change and insurance

Panel discussion – Preparing for the future: Climate change, risk, and the circular economy

Question and answer period

Course ends 5 PM

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