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Lunch Webinar - Use of Strategic Environmental Assessment in the Electricity Sector as a Planning Tool for Sustainability

  • 29 Apr 2014
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • By Webinar


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Lunch Webinar

"Use of Strategic Environmental Assessment in the Electricity Sector as a Planning Tool for Sustainability"

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

From the convenience of your desk....

Join us for this lunch webinar presentation where Dr. Lisa White, P.Eng., of Clifton Associates Ltd. gives us the scoop.

A strategic environmental assessment (SEA) framework incorporating sustainability principles will be presented and demonstrated using an expert-based assessment of alternative future scenarios for future electricity development in Saskatchewan, Canada. The framework demonstrates sustainability integration in SEA in a practical sense in order to gain information that can be used in the identification of a preferred electricity future scenario for Saskatchewan.

Five alternative electricity scenarios were developed using a focus group exercise of energy experts and presented to and assessed by an expert panel on the basis of seven sustainability criteria using an online paired comparison assessment process. Assessment data were aggregated and analyzed using a multi-criteria analytical approach to identify a preferred strategic direction for electricity production in Saskatchewan. The overall goal of the SEA application was three-fold: to determine a preferred future electricity production path for Saskatchewan; to demonstrate the application of an SEA process that operationalizes sustainability principles and criteria; to examine the methodological implications resulting from the application of a generalized SEA framework that operationalizes sustainability principles.

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