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The Clean Air Strategic Alliance             2012            Red Deer         May 29-30, 2012         Norman MacLeod
Why CASA?• Issues are becoming progressively more  complex involving more players• Information is more distributed and rea...
A New Plan for CASA• An exhaustive search in 2011 to redefine our  agenda• A renewed awareness that 20 heads are  better t...
A New Plan for CASA• Provide strategic advice on emerging air quality  issues• Support the development and implementation ...
“Enough with all the strategic planning.   Get out there and kill something.”
Policy Advice / Project Update•   CASA/AAC Joint Standing Committee•   Electricity Framework Review•   Human and Animal He...
New Ground?...Odour Management
New Ground?...Vehicle Emissions
Implications• Old project teams will be disbanded. Fewer  new project teams will be convened.• Discussions will be challen...
Managing Collaborative Processes                Guide• We all need to elevate our game• The challenges we face in working ...
Creating a Community of Practice• Original concept raised several years ago• A safe forum where process ideas can be  shar...
Martha Kostuch
Questions?
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CASA overview

  1. 1. The Clean Air Strategic Alliance 2012 Red Deer May 29-30, 2012 Norman MacLeod
  2. 2. Why CASA?• Issues are becoming progressively more complex involving more players• Information is more distributed and readily available• More important than ever to square divergent economic and environmental views• Governments will always seek quality policy advice that has broad support
  3. 3. A New Plan for CASA• An exhaustive search in 2011 to redefine our agenda• A renewed awareness that 20 heads are better than 1
  4. 4. A New Plan for CASA• Provide strategic advice on emerging air quality issues• Support the development and implementation of air quality management in Alberta• Contribute to the development of a reliable, comprehensive, objective base of knowledge• Communicate information that builds awareness, understanding and commitment
  5. 5. “Enough with all the strategic planning. Get out there and kill something.”
  6. 6. Policy Advice / Project Update• CASA/AAC Joint Standing Committee• Electricity Framework Review• Human and Animal Health Team• Confined Feeding Operations
  7. 7. New Ground?...Odour Management
  8. 8. New Ground?...Vehicle Emissions
  9. 9. Implications• Old project teams will be disbanded. Fewer new project teams will be convened.• Discussions will be challenging, but well- conceived, interest-based and focused.• Tighter timeframes to produce outcomes.• CASA may provide more support to sectors.• Joint search for new ways/technologies to build agreement
  10. 10. Managing Collaborative Processes Guide• We all need to elevate our game• The challenges we face in working together are known, predictable and workable• Project Managers need a reliable roadmap that works at a multi-stakeholder table• Participants need to know 1) how to negotiate effectively and 2)that their time will be well spent
  11. 11. Creating a Community of Practice• Original concept raised several years ago• A safe forum where process ideas can be shared and tested• A place to access expert advice• Delivers on CASA’s need to model and foster best practices
  12. 12. Martha Kostuch
  13. 13. Questions?

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