East Meeting Level / All Passes Welcome
Rob Gilfoyle •
Sam Adkins •
Christy Smith •
Chad Day •
Allison Rippin Armstrong
Connecting voices: working within the mineral tenure system
The AME Roundup 2017 Show Case Sessions has evolved the format from presentation style to a facilitated dialog lead by subject matter experts. This innovative format allows connecting of individual voices on a common topic to showcase diverse perspectives while identifying common ground. Four of the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia (AME)’s committees collaboratively formed a working group to lead the transition of formats; it included Aboriginal Relations Committee; Environment, Health and Safety Committee; Land Use Committee; and Integrated Social Responsibility Committee. The evolved session format is designed to generate conversations with diversified subject matter experts on a topic that is relevant to AME members and allow for understanding of different perspectives and lead to potential next steps for relevant stakeholders.
The 2017 topic is: Connecting voices – working within the mineral tenure system. There are different views and experiences on how best to obtain consent towards advancing projects. The session will have four subject matter experts sharing practical approaches. The subject matter experts are Sam Adkins, Alison Rippin Armstrong, Chad Day, and Christy Smith and will be facilitated by Robert Gilfoyle.
AME encourages its members to practice early engagement as a key aspect for successful mineral exploration. Building on the engagement process, this new Show Case Session format connects individual voices to showcase diverse perspectives while identifying common ground.
Gain insight and knowledge from subject matter experts who will lead the dialogue on how to move forward.
Thursday, Jan 26 (9:00 am - 12:30 pm)