Interviews with the finalists for the Emerald Awards for Environmental Excellence in Research and Innovation
Forem Technologies'Dr. Brad Stelfox for the ALCES computer model
UofC'sDr. Roy Krouse for his method of tracking sulphur pollution
Don Pudlubny and his crew for the Foothills Model Forest grizzly bear research project Dr. Gordon McKenna for Syncrude's instrumented watershed approach to monitor landsite reclamation.
And on the humanitarian front, UofC's Dr. Dave Irvine- Halliday for Lighting Up the World with light emitting diodes and pedal power.
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ITEM:1TITLE: Dr.Roy Krouse, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Calgary
SUBJECT: #129 Emerald Awards: Sulphur Depostion
ITEM:2TITLE: Dr. Gordon McKenna, Senior Geophysical Engineer, Syncrude Canada
SUBJECT: #129 Emerald Awards: Instrumented Watershed for Reclamation Research
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Brad Stelfox, Forem Technologies, Bragg Creek
SUBJECT: #129 Emerald Awards: ALCES
ITEM:4TITLE: Don Pudlubny, General Manager, Foothills Model Forest
SUBJECT: #129 Emerald Awards: Foothills Model Forest Grizzly Bear Project
ITEM:5TITLE: Dr. David Irvine-Halliday, Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary and Founder, Light Up The World Foundation
SUBJECT: #129 Emerald Awards: Light Up The World