2014-2016 Monitoring Framework Print

This project will involve literature review and collaborative research with RRCs and industry. The Guidelines will be developed to complement existing BEAHR  (Building Environmental Aboriginal Human Resources) Occupational Standards and course curriculum for training monitors, as well as the NWT Experiential Science curriculum for high schools, and the NWT Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program’s Pathways guide for community-based research. The intended audience will be RRCs and community members, high school students, adult education students, as well as industry and researchers. This project is prioritized for timely completion so that it can be applied in the context of monitoring for the 2014-2015 winter exploration season in the shale oil play.

The Framework will be structured as a plain language strategic planning document. The structure of the document will be adapted based on inputs from various stakeholders, but may include sections on the following topics:

Team Members


Wildlife Fund - Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę́ Nákedı, AANDC (Aboriginal Affairs and Nothern Development Canada)

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