Interviews with winners from the 2005 Emerald Awards Ceremony including Syncrude's Instrumented Watershed Research Project, Ainsworth Lumber's Integrated Resource Management Research Program, and the Cows and Fish program
U of A's Dr. David Hik leads Canada's preparations for the upcoming International Polar Year.
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ITEM:1TITLE: Clara Qualizza, Senior Environmental Researcher, Syncrude Canada, Fort McMurray
SUBJECT: #166 Emerald Awards: Instrumented Watershed Oil Sands Reclamation Research Project, Research and Innovation Category
SYNOPSIS: The 14th Annual Emerald Awards for Environmental Excellence honoured several innovations in conservation and new technology to protect our ecosystems. Instrumented watersheds, oil sands reclamation, integrated forest management, and something as simple as keeping cows out of streams - these were all big winners at the 2005 Emeralds Awards
ITEM:2TITLE: Dave Beck, Divisional Forester, Ainsworth Lumber Co. Ltd., Grande Prairie
SUBJECT: #166 Emerald Awards: Integrated Resource Management Program, Large Business Category
ITEM:3TITLE: Noreen Ambrose and Lorne Fitch, Cows and Fish Program, Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #166 Emerald Awards: Cows and Fish Program, Education (Organization) Category
ITEM:4TITLE: Dr. David Hik, Canada Research Chair in Northern Ecology, University of Alberta, and Executive Director, Canadian Secretariat, International Polar Year
SUBJECT: #166 International Polar Year
SYNOPSIS: Looking to the future, Canada will play a big part in the upcoming International Polar Year. Itís only been 50 years since the last one. And Albertaís Dr. David Hik is making sure polar scientists from across the country get a piece of the action.